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A GENEALOGY OF 

JAMES BULLOCK and MARY HILL, 

LATTER DAY SAINT PIONEERS 






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A GENEALOGY OF 
JAMES BULLOCK and MARY HILL, 
LATTER DAY SAINT PIONEERS 



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KENNETH C. BULLOCK 

Author, Editor, & 
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Kenneth C. bullock 
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SKETCH OF AUTHOR 

Dr. Kenneth Co Bullock., son of Irving Bullock and Cora Mirinda 
Carlson, was bo 8 Sept. 1918, Pleasant Grove, Utah Co,, Utah. He was 
the second child of five children. He received his elementary and 
secondary education at Pleasant Grove, graduating from High School in 
May 1936. In the fall he registered at the Brigham Young University; 
and received his Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in geology in June 
1940, graduating with Honors. He received a graduate scholarshp at 
the Brigham Young University in the fall of 1940, and completed his 
Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in geology in June 1942, Provo , Utah. 

During the academic years 1942-43 and again in 1948-49 he attend- 
ed the University of Wisconsin, and was granted University Fellowships 
each year. He graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in 
the field of geology in June 1949. Dr. Bullock has been associated with 
the field of education most of his life. He served as an instructor of 
geology at Brigham Young University from 1943-48", assistant professor 
from 1948-52, associate professor from 1952-57; and professor in 1957. 
He was appointed Chairman of the Department of Geology in June 1956, 
and served until June 1962. He is affiliated with numerous scientific 
societies, and has written numerous articles and books. During the 
years 1953-54 and 1960 he was employed as a geological engineer for 
Columbia-Geneva Iron Mining Company. 

He served in the United States Naval Reserve during World War II. 
He entered service on 9 Aug. 1944, and went to the Great Lakes Naval 
Training Station for a few months. He then entered Midshipman School 
at Northwestern University, Chicago 111., in Jan. 1945; and was 
commissioned an Ensign on 24 May 1945. Further training was received 
at the Photographic Interpretation School at Washington, D.C. for four 
months, until V-J Day, The remaining eight months in the service were 
spent as Education Officer at the Naval Air Station at Memphis, Tenn.; 
and he was released from the service 15 May 1946. 

Dr. Bullock has been an active member of the Church of Jesus 
Christ of Latter Day Saints. He has served as Superintendent of the 
Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association in both Ward and Stake 
Organizations; served as Ward Clerk and as a Branch Clerk; Chairman 
of the Genealogical Committee on Ward and Stake levels; Bishop of the 
Provo Ninth Ward, twice on the High Council of the East Provo Stake; 
Sunday School and Priesthood Teachers; and numerous other church 
assignments. He has been actively engaged in genealogical research 
for twenty five years. 

Dr. Bullock married Annie Alena Gardiner on 8 Sept. 1938, in 
the Salt Lake City Temple, Utah. They are are parents of four children: 
Kenneth G, , Virginia, Mary Anne, and Sherilyn. 



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TA13LE OF CONTENTS 



Page 



Photo of Author 

Sketch of Author 

Table of Contents 

Foreword 

Abbreviations 

Bullock Coat of Arms 

CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 



CHAPTER II 
CHAPTER III 
CHAPTER IV 
CHAPTER V 
CHAPTER VI 
CHAPTER VII 



JAMES BULLOCK and MARY HILL 
SETTLEMENT IN SIMCOE CO . , ONTARIO 
ANCESTRY OF JAMES BULLOCK 
ANCESTRY OF MARY HILL 
COLLATERAL LINES OF JAMES BULLOCK 
COLLATERAL LINES OF MARY HILL 



CHAPTER VIII ALEXANDER HILL BULLOCK and EMILY CAROLINE 
HARRIS family 

Emily Ellen Bullock and descendants 
William Alexander Bullock and descendants 
Newell Harris Bullock family 
Effie Deane Bullock and descendants 
McGee Harris Bullock and descendants 
Florence Bullock and descendants 

CHAPTER IX ALEXANDER HILL BULLOCK and CLARISSA 
MELISSA HERRON family 

Clara Jennett Bullock and descendants 
Gertrude A Bullock and descendants 
Hannah Jane Bullock and descendant i, 



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iii 

iv 

vi 

viii 

ix 

1-2 

3-13 
14-22 
23-68 
69-72 
73-88 
89-96 



97-184 
108-124 
125-157 
157-161 
161-171 
172-180 
180-184 



185-203 
186-191 
191-197 

197-203 



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CHAPTER X ELIZABETH BULLOCK and DANIEL DUNCAN 
Mc ARTHUR family 

Eugenia McArthur and descendants 
Isabella McArthur and descendants 
James McArthur and descendants 
Emeline McArthur family- 
Moron i McArthur and descendants 



204-252 
208-219 
220-228 
228-237 
237-239 
239-252 



CHAPTER XI MARY CATHERINE BULLOCK and EBENEZER 
FARNES family 

Mary Ann Fames and descendants 
Elizabeth Fames and descendants 
Emily Fames and descendants 
Edith Fames and descendants 



253-291 
260-271 
271-281 
281-285 
285-291 



CHAPTER XII 



JAMES ORSON BULLOCK and luARTHA ELIZABETH 

BROWN family 292-316 

Mary Elizabeth Bullock and descendants 295-299 

Emily Brown Bullock family 299-301 

Laura Bullock and descendants 301-306 

James Orson 3ullock, Jr. and descendants 306-310 

Martha Bullock and descendants 310-312 

Jennett Bullock and descendants 313-316 



CHAPTER XIII JAMES ORSON BULLOCK and PAULINA ELIZA 

BROWN family 317-319 

CHAPTER XIV INDEX TO NAMES 320-361 



FOREWORD 

The publication of the James Bullock and Mary Hill genealogy has 
been the hope and aspiration of the writer for many years. With the 
completion of research from the parish register records of Scotland, 
it has been possible to include all the known ancestry on the Bullock 
and Hill lines; as well as the descendants. I desire to express 
appreciation for the early research efforts in Scotland on the Bullock 
ancestry by Miss Catherine L.M. Horner; and in later years her con- 
tinued research as a member of the Genealogical Socity at Salt Lake 
City, Utah. Miss Frances Baker, also a member of the Society, has 
actively pursued research on the Hill lines. 

1 also would like to recognize the help and cooperation received 
from all the Bullock and allied families. I hesitate to enumerate those 
who have assisted in this compilation of family names, photos, and 
life sketches, since I may omit several worthy of mention. However, 
those that have contributed most to this project include: Mrs. Clara 
Jennett B. Bennett, Mrs. Gertrude B. Blackhurst , Mrs. Edna B. Brown, 
Mrs. Edith F. Budd , Mrs. Annie G. Bullock, Kayle A. Bullock, Virgil 
W. Bullock, Mrs. Emily S. Chadwick , Mrs. Elizabeth S. Clawson, Mrs. 
Eva S. Coates, Mrs. Mary B. Goodyear, Mrs. Hannah B. Halliday, Mrs. 
Edna W. Hoagland , Mrs. Ella H. Jackson, Mrs. Virginia B. Jacobsen, 
Mrs. Cleone B. Larsen, Mrs. Emma C. McArthur, Mrs. Florence B. Madsen , 
Mrs. Jennett B. Mills, Mrs. Deane M. Paulson, Harold Fames Silver, 
Mrs. Emily F. Smith, Mrs. Clio M. Sullivan, Mrs. Martha B. Wadley, 
Mrs. Josephine C. Willmore, and Mrs. Fern A. Walker. 

The usefulness of this volume will be greatly faciliated if the 
reader is aware of the bases upon which it has been compiled, namely: 

1. All females are identified by their maiden name only . 

2. The descendants of each child of James Bullock and Mary Hill are 
treated in separate chapters . This will assist members of each 
family line to trace their own genealogy more easily. The two sons 
each married twice, and are each listed in two chapters with the 
descendants of each wife. 

3. Each chapter is systematically sub-divided by listing all the 
descendants of the first child, then all of the second child, etc. 
The book is organized so that the descendants of each grandchild 

of James Bullock and Mary Hill (24 in number) are grouped together . 
Each of these grandchildren are listed in the TABLE OF CONTENTS 
under the chapter headings of their parents. 

4. The most important key to this book is CHAPTER XIV, INDEX TO NAMES. 
A11 names appearing in the book have b een indexed , including those 
in the photographs. 



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5. The use of numbers to identify individuals and generations is 
confusing, and has zeen avoided , except to shov. the order of 
the children's birt!: in individual families. 

6. Most of the descendants of James Bullock and Mary Hill are members 
of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and where 
mention is made of the Church it refeis to this particular one. 

7. Family data is complete through 1963. 

8. Initials underscored indicate that this is an initial name only. 

Any names or dates underscored indicate correct entries, 

and are used where the husband and v.ife surnames are the sane, or 
where the date appears to be unusual. 

9. A TABLE OF CONTENTS is found on pages iv a~d v, and is provided for 
handy reference and an easy method for quickly located family lines, 



Kenneth C. Bullock 



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ABBREVIATIONS 



abt . 


- 


about 




d. 


- 


died 


b. 


- 


born 




(div.) 


- 


divorced 


bef . 


- 


before 




md. 


- 


married 


bet. 


- 


between 




md. (1) 


- 


married first 


bur. 


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buried 




md. (2) 


- 


married second 


chr . 


- 


christene 


d 


s. 


- 


son 


dau. 


- 


daughter 




unmd . 


- 


unmarried 



individual appears later in the record with more 
complete data, and with an itemization of his/her 
spouse and children 



# - known adoption, descendants of known adopted 
children have not been entered 



(X) - progenitor, used to show direct ancestrial line 
in a Family Group; this symbol is used only in 
the chapters showing the ancestry of James 
Bullock and Mary Hill 



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division between descendants of each 
grandchild of James Bullock and Mary 
Hill 



(Dr.) - individual holds one of the professional 
Doctors Degrees 



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COAT OF ARMS 



D'or, a garb, ppr. resting on a square 
plaque, vert, and supported, dexter by a 
serpent in coil, sinister by a lion, rampart. 
In chief a stork volant, all ppr. 

And quartered 2 and 3; D'or a Roman 
galley, sable (McDonald). 

Crest: Over a ducal crown, an inverted 
crescent, surmounting a six rayed star 
argent . 



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CHAPTER I 



INTRODUCTION 



There are several opinions held as to the origin of the Scottish 
Bullock (Bulloch) family. A. II. Miller in the Scottish Historical Re - 
view claims it descends from Sir William Bullock, Edward Baliol's 
chamberlain, an ecclesiastic and a man of great military talents. A 
number of persons of prominence of the name in Scotland are: Richard 
Bullock, who was slain on the field of Cambok; Thomas Bullock, who 
was warden in Berwick, 1311-12; Sir John Bullock, Bishop of Ross 
about 1490; William Bullock, Provost of Haddington in 1330; Walter 
Bullock, who was one of the retinue that crossed with Princess Mar- 
garet of Norway when she was sought in marriage by King Eric in 1281; 
and others. 

Another concept advanced is that the Bullock (Bulloch) family 
descended from the ancient name of Bullo in Peebles. A member of this 
line went to Glasgow, as was the custom with younger sons who had to 
leave home and seek occupations elsewhere. Many went to the cities to 
earn their livelihood,. It is contended that all those names ending 
in 0, usually affixed, as was the custom in vogue, a "ch", so that 
the name of Bullo was changed to that of Bulloch. However, the name 
Bulloch really seems to have originated from the Gallic word bealach 
from which is derived Balloch , meaning the outlet of a lake or glen, 
and hence he who lived at this location was called Balloch. We find 
the name Bulloch , Balloch , and Bullock spelled either way in the 
records, and in reference to the same individual. 

It appears that the Bullochs and Bullocks of Scotland and the 
United States, including our James Bullock line, claim descent from 
the famous warrior Donald Balloch, a grandson of John McDonald, Lord 
of the Isles, who married Lady Margaret Stewart, daughter of King 
Robert II of Scotland. 

Besides Donald Balloch we find a Donald Balloch "de Dunowana", 
who witnessed a document at Isla in 1476. Also a Duncan Ballauch is 
noted in the Lord High Treasurers' accounts in connection with lands 
of Schobellauch in 1511. It is stated that two sons of the family of 
Donald Balloch McDonald went to Sterlingshire , Scotland, in the 
fifteenth century, and it is at Baldernock and the adjoining parish 
of Campsie and Glasgow, that we find many of this name. In fact, 
nearly all of the sept is there, and is found as far back as four 
hundred years. The affiliation with the McDonald clan is clearly 



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shown in the Bullock (Bulloch) Coat of Arms by the presence of a Roman 

gal ley. 

Our James Bullock family of Utah traces its ancestry to James 
Bullock, chr. 2 Feb. 1718, Baldernock, Stirlingshire, Scotland; son 
of John Dal loch (Bullock) and Margaret Buchanan. The ancestry of 
James Bullock is given in a later chapter. (See Chapter IV). 

The origin of the surname of Mary Hill has been lost in antiquity; 
and her ancestry can be traced only a limited number of generations. 
(See Chapter V) . 



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CHAPTER II 



JAMES BULLOCK and MARY HILL 



JAMES BULLOCK, son of Thomas Bullock and Janet Boal (Boyle) was 
b» 16 Nov. 1806, Kirkintillock, Dumbartonshire, Scotland; chr. 23 
Nov. 1806, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; md. 28 Mar. 1836, Mary Hill, 
at Tosorontio Township, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; d. 10 Aug. 1850, 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah; bur, Aug. 1850, Salt Lake City 
cemetery, Salt Lake Co., Utah. 

James Bullock emigrated with his father's family to Canada in 
the Spring of 1821. Five hundred Scottish emigrants came to Canada 
on this ship, which was lost the next year. James tind his parents 
settled at Hopetown, Essa Township, Simcoe Co., Ontario. Here they 
engaged in clearing the forest, farming, and making maple sugar. When 
James was in his thirtieth year he married Mary Hill , who had emi- 
grated to Canada in the same ship as James. James and Mary purchased 
property in Essa Township, where their first three children were born. 

In 1840 Samuel Lake came as a missionary for the Church of Jesus 
Christ of Latter Day Saints. He preached in Toronto and in Tosorontio 
Township, Simcoe Co., Ont . James and Mary were soon converted. They 
were baptized 1 Apr. 1840; and became members of the Essa Branch. In 
the year 1841, James and his little family, and his brother William, 
left Canada for the United States. They arrived at Nauvoo , 111, early 
in Sept. 1841. James worked on the Nauvoo House and Nauvoo Temple until 
the winter of 1845-46. James and Mary saw and heard the Prophet Joseph 
Smith, and his brother, Hyrum , preach on many occasions. 

On 27 June 1844 the Prophet Joseph Smith and Hyrum Smith were mur- 
dered in Carthage by a gang of 150 to 200 ruffians, disguised and paint- 
ed black. On 8 Aug. 1844 a special meeting of the Church was held at 
Nauvoo, Illinois. Sidney Rigdon asserted his rights to the Presidency 
of the Church, by reason of his having served as First Counselor to 
Joseph Smith. The Twelve Apostles, through their President, Brighara 
Young, also asserted their right to lead the Church. This latter claim 
was recognized by the unanimous vote of the assembled congregation. 
James and Mary were at this meeting, and they saw the mantle of Joseph 
Smith fall upon Brigham Young. They heard Brigham Young preach with 
the voice of the Prophet Joseph Smith and his countenance appeared as 
that of the Prophet. 

At this time James and Mary were suffering persecution at the 
hands of the Gentiles in the surrounding country. They were earnestly 
seeking the destruction of the Saints, and longed to possess their 
homes and hard-earned property. The Saints made an exodus from Nauvoo 
in the Spring of 1846. James and Mary made the long, tedious journey 
with Orson Spencer's family, which consisted of his wife and six 

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children. Catherine Curtis, the mother of these six children was 
delicate, and was not able to endure the hardships. She died on 12 
Mar. 1846, at Indian Creek, Keosauqua , on the Iowa plains, and was 
buried by the wayside. James and Mary gladly served as foster- 
parents to the six small Spencer children. They arrived at Winter 
Quarters, now Florence, Nebraska, late in the autumn of 1846. They 
made preparations for the approaching winter. Orson Spencer was 
soon called as a missionary to England, and left his children in 
charge of James and Mary. Through the lack of food, fever, and other 
sicknesses, they endured many hardships during their stay at Winter 
Quarters. 

James and his family, and the Spencer children, remained at 
Winter Quarters until the Spring of 1848. They commenced to make 
preparations for their journey westward. President Brigham Young and 
Isaac Morley organized a number of companies of 50 and 100 wagons 
each. Brigham Young was Superintendent of all the Camps of Israel, 
and Daniel H. Wells was his Aid-de-Camp. On 2 June 1848 preparations 
were complete, and the saints began their arduous journey to Salt Lake 
City. The journey was made by ox teams. James Bullock had two teams; 
he drove one, and Alexander his son, not yet 10 years old, drove the 
second team. The journey across the plains took nearly four months. 
They arrived at Salt Lake City on 20 Sept. 1848. 

James settled his family at 544 South State Street, where he 
built a neat one-story adobe house. This home stood for over 80 years. 
James was a farmer and aquired land at Mill Creek in southeastern 
Salt Lake Valley. On one ocassion he was cradling wheat on his farm. 
A sudden storm of rain and hail arose. There was no nearby shelter, 
and James became wet and chilled. He soon became ill with pneumonia. 
On 10 Aug. 1850 he died leaving Mary with four small children. 

The character of James Bullock and some of their pioneer problems 
are recorded in the life sketch of Aurilia Spencer as follows: "When 
our father, Orson Spencer, left for a three year mission in 1846, 
leaving us in charge of James Bullock and Mary Hill, his wife, they 
looked after our interest the same as their own. The Bullock cabin that 
faced ours was only a few feet from it so they could hear and watch 
us. When the weather was cold and stormy and we couldn't go out, the 
Bullock family would come over and play school, spelling classes, 
and sit around the fire telling stories. 

"During the scurvy epidemic the Bullock family lost two children, 
and many times went hungry having nothing to eat but a little corn 
meal mixed with water. 

"In a letter to the Spencer children our father wrote, 'I know 
you have the best of friends in Brother and Sister James Bullock, who 
will spare no pains for your comfort. I trust I shall never forget them 
in word or deed. I hope Brother Bullock will not be discouraged for 
better days are coming. I was very deeply affected when I learned of 
the death of the two Bullock children, and tell dear James and Mary 
I deeply mourn with them for their serious loss. I hope they will not 



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James Bullock 



Mary Hill 





Alexander H. 



Elizabeth 





Mary Catherine 



James Orson 



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Essa and Tosorontio Branch Records. Baptismal record of 
James Bullock and Mary Hill, 1 April 1840. 



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Essa and Tosorontio Branch Records. Baptismal record 
of Alexander Hill and Elizabeth Currie (Curry), parents of 
Mary Hill, baptized 8 Jan. 1841. 



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be discouraged or murmur at the dealings of God or rather what he 
suffers to take place. Though He slay us, we should trust Him and all 
will be right. You say Brother Bullock works hard and does all he can 
for you, and that you live in terms of peace. I know he has a great 
charge upon him and that the faithful man shall not lose his reward. 
I have perfect confidence James will manage all your affairs well, and 
counsel you in the best manner. I want you to hearken to Brother 
bullock and be kind to Alexander. I am very thankful you have such 
good friends and neighbors. May God bless them for their kindness to 
my motherless children.'" 

James Bullock was one of the thousands of pioneers who paved the 
way for the establishment of Zion in the West. H e endured many pioneer 
hardships, but remained faithful and true to the church. He has left 
a numerous and growing posterity; many who are prominant in the Church 
and in business, civic, and professional activities. It has been in 
deed a pleasure for the author to trace the ancestry and large pos- 
terity of James Bullock and Mary Hill. 

MANY HILL, dau . of Alexander Hill and Elizabeth Currie (Curry), 
was b. 16 July 1812, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; chr . 9 Aug. 
1812, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; md. (1) 28 Mar. 1836, James 
Bullock, at Tosorontio Township, Simcoe Co., Ontario; md. (2) 1853, 
Orson Spencer, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah; d. 1 Jan 1871, 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah; bur. 3 Jan. 1871, Salt Lake City 
cemetery. 

Mary's early life was spent in Scotland, until the spring of 
1821. At this time her father's family made preparations to sail to 
Canada. They sailed from Glasgow down the River Clyde in June 1821. 
They were tossed about on the billows of the Atlantic Ocean for six 
weeks, but finally arrived at the mouth of the St. Lawrence River. 
They sailed up this river to Montreal where they disembarked. 

Mary's father was a retired sailor, and received some concessions 
from the British Corwn . They settled in Lanark Township, Bathurst 
District. Here her father began clearing away the timber, preparatory 
to farming. Mary lived with her parents for twelve years at Lanark. 
In the spring of 1833, they moved to Tosorontio Township, Simcoe Co., 
Ontario, ;.nd settled on some more Crown lands and began farming anew. 
Three years later she married James Bullock of Hopetown , Essa Township, 
Simcoe Co., Ontario. James had come to Canada in the same sailing ship 
with his future spouse. The marriage cermony was performed by William 
Fraser, a minister of the Presbyterian Church in Tosorontio Township. 

Mary and James had their first child Thomas on 7 Jan. 1837; but 
he died on 10 Sept. 1837. Two other children were born to them while 
in Canada. On 1 Apr. 1840, James and Mary were baptized into the 
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. They were members of 
the Essa Branch. In 1841 Mary and her family left Canada for the 
United States. They arrived at Nauvoo , Illinois, early in Sept. 1841. 



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Mary gave birth to her fourth child shortly after their arrival at 
Nauvoo. James worked on the Nauvoo House and on the Nauvoo Temple 
until the winter of 1845-46. Mary saw and heard the Prophet Joseph 
Smith many times before his death in 1844. Mary gave birth to her 
fifth child in 1844. In the spring of 1846, Mary, James and their 
children made an exodus with the other saints from Nauvoo to 
Winter Quarters, Nebraska. They left Nauvoo with their close friends, 
the Orson Spencer's. Mrs. Spencer died on the journey, and Mary be- 
came the foster-mother of the six Spencer children. 

In Feb. 1847, Mary gave birth to her sixth child at Winter 
Quarters. Their little daughter, Janet, just turned seven, died in 
the same month. Another daughter, nearly three years of age, died in 
April this same year. It is estimated that nearly 500 saints died 
of the loathsome disease "black-leg" while they sojourned at Winter 
Quarters, Nebraska. 

In the spring of 1848, after eking out a miserable existence 
for approximately 18 months at Winter Quarters, they commenced their 
journey for the West. On 2 June 1848, all being ready, Mary and her 
family, the six Spencer children, and Rebecca Hill, whose mother had 
also died at Winter Quarters, began their westward journey in the 
Brigham Young Company. The Bullock family had two teams. James drove 
one, and his son Alexander, not yet 10 years old, drove the other. 
The Spencer family also had two teams. Ellen Spencer, the eldest 
child, not yet 14, drove one of the teams; and Howard 0. Spencer, 
just 8 years old, drove the other. After this long and tedious jour- 
ney of nearly four months, they arrived in Salt Lake Valley. Mary 
and James cared for the Spencer children until Sept. 1849, when their 
father returned from his mission to Great Britain. 

In November 1849 Mary gave birth to her seventh and last child, 
and named him after Orson Spencer. Mary suffered a great loss when 
her husband died. He was cradling wheat at Mill Creek in southeastern 
Salt Lake Valley. A sudden storm of rain and hail arose. There was no 
shelter, and James became wet and chilled. This resulted in pneumonia, 
and James died on 10 Aug. 1850. 

Mary received a patriarchal blessing shortly after her husband's 
death. It is dated 31 Dec. 1850, and should be of interest to all 
her posterity. It reads: 

"A blessing by John Smith, Patriarch, upon the head of Mary Hill 
Bullock, daughter of Alexander and Elizabeth (Currie) Hill. 

"Sister Mary, I lay my hands upon thy head in the name of Jesus 
of Nazereth, and as trouble is the common lot of all people and 
affliction seems to have marked thy paths I seal upon thee a fathers 
blessing which shall be a comfort to thee in days to come. Thine 
afflictions and sorrows shall work out for thee a greater degree of 
glory. 

"The days of thine afflictions shall come to an end, prosperity 



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Trail of the Mormon Pioneers From Nauvoo to Great Salt Lake, 







Naming Principal Landmarks, Cities, Rivers, and Mountains. 



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shall nark your paths and thou shalt for et your sorrows and thou 
shalt be blessed with peace and plenty and every comfort of life. Thy 
children shall grow up about thee healthy and fair and shall increase 
that they cannot be numbered, a:rJ shrlt be nighty in Israel in the 
Priesthood. Thou shalt have a companion that shall see:., to make up thy 
loss and thou shalt forget thy sorrows. Thou shalt have faith to heal 
the sick in thine own house. Thy prayers shall come up before the 
Lord acceptably. Thou shalt live to a good old age, be respected by 
all your acquaintances. For thou art of the blood of Joseph and an 
heir to every blessing, which is desirable, and finally you shalt 
inherit a kingdom and a dominion that shall never end, even so, Amen." 

After the death of James Bullock, Mary spun yarn from woolen 
rolls, and did needlework for others, She married Orson Spencer in 
1853, but he died in 1855. Her son, Alexander, obtained work from 
Daniel H. Wells in 1854. Mary's other children soon obtained employ- 
ment as they reached age. They were a great help and blessing to Jiary 
in her declining years. Mary was a very spiritually minded woman, ihe 
lived the life of a benevolent and faithful Latter Day Saint, and was 
truly lamented by all her acquaintances upon her death in 1871. 



James Bullock and Mary Hill had the following children: 

Thomas Bullock, b. 7 Jar i. 1837, Essa Township, Simcoe, Ontario, 

Canada; d. 10 Sept. 1j37; unnd. 

Alexander Hill Bullock, b. 22 Sept. 1838, Essa Township, Sincoe , 

Ontario, Canada; rad. (1) 9 Nov. 1CG1 , Emily Caroline Harris (See 

CHAPTER VIII, pp. 97-184); md. (2) 6 Dec 1875, Clarissa Melissa 

Herron (See CHAPTER IX, pp. 185-203). 

Janet Bullock, b. 23 D_c. 1839, Essa Township, Simcoe, Ontario, 

Canada; d. 18 Feb. 1347; unmd. 

Elizabeth Bullock, b. 18 Sept. 1841, Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois; 

md. 13 Feb. 1857, Daniel Duncan Lc Arthur (See CHAPTER X, pp. 204- 

252). 

Isabella Bullock, b. 7 July 1844, Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois; d. 

15 Apr. 1847; unmd. 

Mary Catherine Bullock, b. 4 Feb. 1847, Winter Quarters, Nebraska; 

md. 27 Oct. 1866, Ebenczcr Fames (See CHAPTER XI, pp. 253-291). 

Jaraes Orson Bullock, b. 2 Nov. 1349, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. (1) 24 Mar. 1873, Martha Elizabeth Brown (See CHAPTER 

XII, pp. 292-316); md. (2) 13 Nov. 1888, Paulina Eliza Brown 

(See CHAPTER XIII, pp. 317-319). 



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ORSON SPENCER, son of Daniel Spencer and Chloe Wilson, was b. 
14 Mar. 1802, West Stockbridge , Berkshire, Mass.; md. (1) 13 Apr. 
1830, Catherine Curtis; md. (2) Martha Knight; md. (3) 13 Oct. 1849, 
Margaret Ann Miller; md. (4) Jane Davis; md. (5) 1853, Mary Hill; 
d. 15 Oct. 1855, St. Louis, Missouri. 

Orson's parents belonged to that industrious class of New Eng- 
enders of Puritan stock that have made great contributions to Amer- 
ica. At the age of twelve Orson was taken ill, and little hopes were 
entertained of saving his life for some two weeks. This sicknesses 
developed a fever sore on his leg, which caused it to develop imper- 
fectly. In 1817 he entered the Academy at the town of Lenox, where he 
received the highest honors of his class. At a public examination, 
the high sheriff of the county, Henry C. Brown, noticed his unusual 
proficiency. He ascertained that Orson's father was in very moderate 
circumstances, so voluntarily offered to loan the necessary funds 
for his education. Orson entered Union College at Schenectady, New 
York in 1819, and graduated with great honor and credit to himself in 
1824. In 1825 he obtained a teaching position at an academy in Wash- 
ington, Wilkes Co., Georgia. In addition to his regular duties at 
the academy he began to study law. Shortly afterward, he became in- 
terested in religion and joined the Baptist Church in 1827. He now 
changed his mind with regard to a future profession, and left the 
study of law for that of theology. He entered the theological college 
at Hamilton, New York, where he graduated in 1829. 

Orson labored in the ministry for twelve years in Massachusetts 
and Connecticut. In 1841 he accepted the Gospel from his brother, 
and became a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 
Saints. Soon after his baptism he joined the Saints at Nauvoo , 111. 
Here he served well as alderman in the city. In 1846 Orson and his 
wife, with six children, were driven with the other Saints from Nau- 
voo to Winter Quarters, Nebraska. Catherine Curtis, his wife, died 
on their trek across Iowa. The Spencer family were close friends of 
James Bullock and Mary Hill, who acted as foster parents to his six 
children. Shortly after their arrival at Winter Quarters, Orson was 
called on a three year mission to Great Britain. The Bullock family 
took care of the Spencer children. 

Orson arrived at Liverpool on Jan. 23, 1847. He presided over 
the British Mission, and ably edited the Millinnial Star for about 
two years. In 1849 he returned to the United States. During his stay 
in Great Britain the Bullock family and the Spencer children made 
the trek across the plains to Salt Lake Valley. Here Orson joined 
again with his family and the Saints. 

When the University of Deseret was founded in 1850 at Salt Lake 
City, Orson Spencer was appointed its chancellor, which position he 
held at the time of his death. Orson was a judicious, discriminating 
man, a wise counselor, and occupied an honorable position in the 
legislative council of Utah Territory when first organized. In 1852 
he was again appointed on a mission to Europe. In his travels he 

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visited Prussia, with a view of introducing the gospel there, but was 
rejected and expelled. He returned again to Utah in 1853. During this 
year he courted the widow Mary Hill, and they were married at Salt 
Lake City, Utah. In 1854 he was called on another mission in the United 
States. He spent most of his time in Cincinnati, Ohio, until July, 
1855. At this time he was called to be President of the St. Louis 
Stake of Zion, and to occupy the editorial chair of the St. Louis 
Luminary. Orson arrived at St. Louis on 7 July 1855. Here he remained 
a short time, and was soon called to go on a mission to the Cherokee 
Indians. He left St. Louis on 21 July for a camp of emigrating Saints 
near Atchison. Here he remained until the last company of Saints had 
started on their journey to Utah Territory. 

On 5 Aug. 1855 Orson proceeded on his mission to the Cherokee 
Indians. He was accompanied by Elder James McGaw. Their visit lasted 
until 5 Sept. Orson was attacked with chills and fever. His mission 
being accomplished, he immediately returned to St. Louis, Missouri. 
He arrived on 17 Sept. 1855 in very poor condition. Afteer an illness 
that lasted a total of forty days, he died on 15 Oct. 1855, at St. 
Louis. 

Mary Hill and Orson Spencer had no children. 



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CHAPTER III 



SETTLEMENT IN SIMCOE CO., ONTARIO, CANADA 



James Bullock and Mary Hill were among the early settlers of Sim- 
coe County, Ontario, Canada. They were married 28 Mar. 1836 in Tosor- 
ontio Township, Simcoe County; and purchased property in adjoining 
Essa Township, Simcoe County. It was deemed desirable to give some 
early history of this county; and to give a record of deeds to their 
property. 

The following is extracted from ONTARIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 
Papers and Records, Vol. XXVIII, pp. 114, 115: 

EARLY SETTLEMENT IN SOUTH SIMCOE 
by J. A. Cummings , M.D., Bond Head 

South Simcoe in the year 1818 was an unbroken forest. The timber 
growing in the virgin soil was of splendid quality, white ash, white 
pine, hemlock, maple, several species of elm and other valuable 
varieties of wood. 

The land was ceded by the Indians on October 17th, 1818, and a 
survey was ordered. For the survey of a township a surveyor received 
in part payment, or perhaps sometimes in full payment, a number of 
farm lots in the township , and thus a surveyor had the best opportun- 
ity to see the quality of the land and make a selection; surveyors' 
script, therefore, was the best kind of purchase to make for any in- 
coming settler who had to buy. 

A number of surveyors took part in the surveys, more than half 
of whom lived in the older settlements down Yonge Street. A pioneer 
surveyor was Gabriel Lount , who had two sons, George and Samuel, also 
in that profession. 



Township 

W. Gwillimbury 
Tecumseth 
Essa 
Innisfil 



Year 

1819 
1820 
1820 
1820 



Surveyor 

Gabriel Lount 
Samuel M. Benson 
Samuel M. Benson 
Richard Birdsall 



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For these surveys, patents were granted as follows : 

W. Gwillimbury Gabriel Lount 1900 acres 

Tecumseth Gabriel Lount 2368 acres 

Essa Ezekiel Benson .3400 acres 

Innisfil James Pearson 3800 acres 

James Pearson was a son-in-law of Gabriel Lount. Richard Bird- 
sail, an Englishman, who lived at Little York, was trained to the 
profession of surveyor and, although thorough, was also slow in his 
methods . He and the Lount brothers came to an understanding and 
went into partnership in the contract, he to receive half the pay 
if he did the "compassing" and they to receive the other half for 
"chaining . " 

The Lount family are famous in the history of this part of Ont- 
ario., One of the family, Samuel Lount, was an early blacksmith at 
Holland Landing, and suffered death for treason in the troubles of 
1837. Another Lount was merchant and conveyancer at Bond Head, An- 
other was Judge Lount of Bracebridge. 

The revenues from the sale of Crown Lands— whenever there were 
any after paying the officials their fees — went to Downing Street in 
the first years of the Province's history- The large majority of those 
who received free grants in those days were U.E. Loyalists and their 
descendants, militiamen who served during the war of 1812, and re- 
tired officers of the British array, many of whom had served in the 
Peninsular war, Almost all others who became settlers procured their 
lands by purchase. What the prices were may be learned from the min- 
utes of the Executive Council in the Canadian Archives--West Gwillim- 
bury and Tecumseth 6s per acre; Adjala, Innisfil, Essa and Tosorontio 
5s per acre. 

The Crown deeds were on parchment. From the deed dangled the 
seal, a large disc attached by two tapes. "Hang on to the wheel", a 
common expression of those days, meant hold your land. 

It is rather interesting to study the various groups of early 
settlers who came to South Simcoe. Suffice it to say that they were 
sturdy yeoman stock, of the right kind, the pick of the population of 
the British Isles with the soul to do and dare, with determination, 
pluck, and perserverance. These settlers had the greatest difficulties 
to face, for the land to which they came was unbroken forest. The 
climate was more rigorous than what they were used to at home. They 
were separated by thousands of miles from the old country. They were 
a patriotic people, and loved the old land. Some of them were disap- 
pointed with the country at first, but they struggled on and succeeded 
in the end. Many of their graves are forgotten and neglected in the 
cemeteries of the country. We should honour their memories. Macaulay 
says a nation that refuses or neglects to honour the great deeds of 
its ancestors is no likely to leave to posterity and great deeds to 
commemorate . 



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The following is a list of settlers before 1837, among which is 
givenour James Bullock. This extract is taken from A HISTORY OF SIMCOE 
COUNTY, by A.F. Hunter, Vol. 2, pp. 274-6: 



SETTLERS BEFORE 1837 



ESSA 



Settler 

Agnew , John 
Allen, William 
Annett, John 
Arnold, Alexander 
Arnold, Thomas 
Assip, John 
Ayherst , William 
Bateman, John 
Bell, S. 
Bell, Wm. 
Blackstock, John 
Blackstock, William 
Blackstock, Thomas 
Blackstock, John 
Brice, John 
Brice, Robert 
Bullock , James 
Cassin, James 
Chapman, Charles 
Coleman , Wm. 
Coleman, Andrew 
Cunningham, Wm. 
Dinwoody, George 
Dolen, Michael 
Duff, Thomas 
Gilroy, Robert 
Hall, William 
Handy, Charles 
Highland, Wm. 
Johnston, John 
Kinlor , Robert 
Lewis, David 
Lowes, Daniel 
MoDney , Robert 
Morris , Henry 
Morrow, Hugh 
McClain, John 
McClellan, David 
McKeown , James 
Nicholson, Thomas 
Robinson, James 
Rooney, Henry 



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Settler 



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Ross, William 
Ruthven, Alexander 
Ruthven, Robert, Sr„ 
Ruthven, Robert, Jr. 
Smith, James 
Somerville, Pearce 
Speers, James 
Speers , Joseph 
Stevenson, William 
Strong , John 
Strong, William 
Todd, Walter 
Whitesides, Robert 
Wilkinson, Thomas 
Wilkinson, Thomas, Jr. 
Wilkinson, Arthur 



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On page 84, A HISTORY OF SIMCOE COUNTY, by A.F. Hunter is 
found the following; 

THE WEST ESSA SETTLEMENT 

Among the first in the western settlement of Essa were James 
Robinson, James Bullock , John Bryce, Alexander and Robert Ruthven, 
senior, William Stevenson, William Allan, William Hall. These men 
with their families had emigrated from Scotland during the "radical 
times" in Glasgow, preferring to face the forests of Upper Canada 
rather than endure the political and social oppressions of the Mother 
Country, They first settled in the County of Lanark, in the Ottawa 
River District, but finding that region somewhat unpromising, they 
soon removed to Essa. They were, indeed, part of the same Scotch 
migration which settled in the southeast of Innisfil. Soon they be- 
came comfortably lociited, and they have left a large line of des- 
cendants in that beautiful farming district. 

On page 86, A HISTORY OF SIMCOE COUNTY, by A.F. Hunter is 
found the following; 

A true story written by Ernest Bruce, of West Essa, entitled 
"The Barn Raising", gained the prize for the County of Simcoe in 
1890, in the Montreal Witness competition. It appeared in that news- 
paper, and related the story of how a barn was once raised in pion- 
eer days of West Essa without whiskey, --an event that rarely ever 
happened in that period, or locality. 

The Mormon movement in the early forties took some hold in West 
Essa. A Mr. Lake was the Mormon missionary, and held services from 



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The Canada Company, Incorporated, by Attornies the Honorable 
William Allan of City of Toronto, County of York, Home District, 
Province of Upper Canada, and William Dunlop of Same, to James 
Bullock of Township of Essa , County of Simcoe, Home District, 
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James Bullock and wife, Mary , of Township of Essa, County 
of Simcoe, Home District, Upper Canada, yeoman to Walter Todd 
of same , yeoman - 125 pounds - 100 acres in Township of Essa , 
East half of Lot #5 in 1st Concession of Township of Essa. 



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house to house in the settlement, the meetings being attended by 
crowds, as preaching from higher ideals was then scarce. At these 
meetings, William Ritchey also did some preaching in an unknown ton- 
gue. They baptized in Hall's Creek, having made a number of prose- 
lytes. Before long these left their lands, several families in num- 
ber, and like n swarm of bees they went off all at one time in 
covered waggons, or parairie schooners, going to swell the Mormon 
settlement in Illinois or Missouri, and later at Salt Lake City. At 
a later time some adherents of the Mormons built a church or meeting 
house of that denomination in Alliston, but it is now obsolete. 



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CHAPTER IV 



ANCESTRY OF JAMES BULLOCK 



On the following pages are listed a number of Pedigree Charts, 
showing the ancestry of James Bullock. He was the son of Thomas 
Bullock and Janet Boal (Boyle), b. 16 Nov. 1806, Kirkintillock , 
Dumbartonshire, Scotland; chr. 23 Nov. 1806, Campsie , Stirling, 
Scotland; md. 28 Mar. 1836, Mary Hill, at Tosorontio Township, Sim- 
coe County, Ontario, Canada; d. 10 Aug. 1850, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake County, Utah; bur. Aug. 1850, Salt Lake City cemetery, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 

Thirty pages of Pedigree Charts follow, and are necessary to 
show the James Bullock ancestry. Each chart has a number, and each 
individual on the charts is identified by a number. Hence, James 
Bullock appears as #1 on Chart 1. John Balloch (Bullock) appears 
as #16 on Chart 1; and since his data cannot be shown on Chart 1, 
he is continued on Chart 2, where he appears as #1 on this chart. 
All individuals appearing on the right-hand side of Chart 1 are 
continued on additional charts. The names of the individuals are 
given, then a chart number is given whore this name and ancestral 
line is continued. For example, Agnes Corse (Cross) appears as #27 
on Chart 1, then she is continued on Chart 13, where she appears 
as #1. Here her ancestral lines are continued. 

Following the Pedigree Charts in this chapter, an alphabet- 
ical listing is given of the Family Groups of the couples whose 
names appear on the Pedigree Charts. This listing of the Family 
Groups is according to the husband's name. The husband and wife 
are each identified in the Family Group listing by a chart and an 
individual number. In this way, they can be readily located on the 
Pedigree Charts. For example, James Boal (Chart 1, #12) md. Janet 
McClean (Chart 1, #13); or Robert Corse (Chart 13, #4) md . Janet 
Pedie (Chart 13, #5). In each instance, all known data on the 
parents and the children are given in the Family Group data. 

In the listing of the Family Groups, it is important to know 
which child of the family group is the progenitor. This is shown 
by an (X) in front of the child that is the progenitor. 



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GEOHGE ANDERSON (Chart ( J, #8) was b. abt . 1587, of Glasgow, 
Lanark, Scotland. He md . 22 July 1613, AGNES FAME (Chart 9, #9), at 
Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. She was b. abt. 1591, Glasgow, Lanark, 
Scotland; duu. of Andrew Farie. George and Agnes had the following 
children : 

1. Andrew Anderson, chr. 5 June 1614, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

2. Janet Anderson, chr. 5 Oct. 1615, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 3. (X) John Anderson, chr. 18 Sept. 1617, Glasgow, Lanark, Scot- 

land; md . Marion or Marjory Pollock. 
4. George Anderson, chr. 9 Apr. 1620, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

JOHN ANDERSON (Ch a rt 8, #14) was b. abt. 1591, of Glasgow, Lan- 
ark, Scotland. He md . 18 Jan. 1616, JANET ANDERSON (Chart 8, #15), 
at Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. She was b. abt. 1595, of Glasgow, Lan- 
ark, Scotland. John and Janet had the following children: 

1. Janet Anderson, chr. 27 Nov. 1617, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

2. Margaret Anderson, chr. 21 Sept. 1619, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 3, (X) Agnes Anderson, chr. 28 June 1621, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 

md. 2 Dec. 1640, William Paterson. 

4. Archibald Anderson, chr. 8 July 1623, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

5. John Anderson, chr. 9 Aug. 1624, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

6. James Anderson, chr. 26 Feb. 1626, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 
d. young. 

7. Elspet Anderson (female), chr. 31 Mar. 1627, Glasgow, Lanark, 
Scotland. 

8. David Anderson, chr. 9 June 1628, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

9. Anna Anderson, chr. 10 Oct. 1629, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

10. William Anderson, chr. 25 Apr. 1631, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

11. James Anderson, chr. 9 May 1632, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

JOHN ANDERSON (Chart 9, #4), son of George Anderson and Agnes 
Farie, was chr. 18 Sept. 1617, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He md . 
MARION or MARJORY POLLOCK (Chart 9, #5). She was chr. 2 May 1636, 
Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; dau . of James Pollock and Margaret Pollock . 
John and Marion or Marjory had the following children: 

1, John Anderson, chr. 27 June 1654, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

2. Thomas Anderson, chr. 9 Jan. 1659, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 3. (X) William Anderson, chr. 15 June 1662, Glasgow, Lanark, Scot- 

land; md. 4 Nov. 1685, Sara Ross. 

4. James Anderson, chr. 12 July 1663, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

5. Thomas Anderson, chr. 2 July 1665, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

6. John Anderson, chr. 24 June 1666, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

7. George Anderson, chr. 11 Aug. 1667, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 



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WILLIAM ANDERSON (Chart 9, #2), son of John Anderson and Marion 
or Marjory Pollock, was chr. 15 June 1662, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 
He md. 4 Nov. 1685, SARA ROSS (Chart 9, #3), at Glasgow, Lanark, Scot- 
land. She was b. abt . 1664, of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. William 
and Sara had the following children: 

1. Agnes Anderson, chr. 27 Nov. 1687, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

2. William Anderson, chr. 24 Mar. 1689, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

3. John Anderson, chr. 22 Mar. 1691, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 4. (X) Agnes Anderson, chr. 23 Nov. 1693, Glasgow, Lanark, Scot- 

land; md. 25 July 1712, William Graham. 
5. Margaret Anderson, chr. 16 Oct. 1698, Govan , Lanark, Scotland. 

JOHN BALLOCH (BULLOCK) (Chart 1, #16, Chart 2, #1), was b. abt. 
1687, of Baldernock, Stirling, Scotland. He md . 12 Dec. 1716, MARGARET 
BUCHANAN (Chart 1, #17, Chart 3, #1), at Baldernock, Stirling, Scot- 
land. She was chr. 25 Oct. 1691, Baldernock, Stirling, Scotland; dau. 
of Archibald Buchanan and Margaret Bowie. John and Margaret had the 
following children: 

* 1. (X) James Bullock, chr. 2 Feb. 1718, Baldernock, Stirling, Scot- 

land; md. Margaret Buchanan. 

2. John Balloch (Bullock), chr. 16 Apr. 1721, Baldernock, Stirling, 
Scotland. 

3. Robert Balloch (Bullock), chr. 30 July 1724, Baldernock, Stir- 
ling, Scotland. 

4. Joseph Balloch (Bullock), chr. 11 July 1727, Baldernock, Stir- 
ling, Scotland. 

5. Archibald Balloch (Bullock), chr. 6 Apr. 1729, Baldernock, Stir- 
ling, Scotland. 

6. Walter Balloch (Bullock), chr. 28 Mar. 1731, Baldernock, Stir- 
ling, Scotland, d. young. 

7. Walter Balloch (Bullock), chr. 31 May 1734, Baldernock, Stirling, 
Scotland. 

8. William Balloch (Bullock), chr. 25 Apr. 1736, Baldernock, Stir- 
ling, Scotland. 

JAMES BOAL (Chart 1, #12), son of John Boill and Margaret Whyte , 
was chr. Jan. 1730, Camps ie , Stirling, Scotland. He md. JANET McCLEAN 
(Chart 1, #13). She was chr. 3 Dec. 1728, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 
dau. of John McLean and Agnes Corse (Cross). James and Janet had the 
following children: 

1. child Boal, chr. 30 July 1749, Balgrochan, Stirling, Scotland. 

2. Mungo Boal (male), chr. 30 July 1753, Balgrochan, Stirling, 
Scotland. 

3. James Boal, chr. 9 May 1756, Balgrochan, Stirling, Scotland. 

4. Janet Boal, chr. 12 Oct. 1757, Balgrochan, Stirling, Scotland. 

* 5. (X) William Boal, chr. 26 Aug, 1759, Balgrochan, Stirling, 

Scotland; md. Catharine Hendry (Hendrie). 

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WILLIAM BOAL (Chart 1, #6 ) , son of James Boal and Janet McClean, 
was chr. 26 Aug. 1759, Balgrochan, Stirling, Scotland. He md . CATH- 
ARINE HENDRY (HENDRIE) (Chart 1, #1) . She was chr. Mar. 1757, Carluke, 
Lanark, Scotland; dau . of Thomas Hendry and Janet Wilson. William and 
Catharine had the following children: 

* 1. (X) Janet Boal (Boyle), chr. 27 June 1787, Balgrochan, Stirling, 

Scotland; md. 18 May 1806, Thomas Bullock. 

2. John Boal, chr. 20 July 1790, Balgrochan, Stirling, Scotland. 

3. Catharine Boal, chr. 13 May 1793, Balgrochan, Stirling, Scotland. 

4. Robert Boal, chr. 3 Sept. 1795, Balgrochan, Stirling, Scotland. 

5. Margaret Boal, chr. 18 Oct. 1798, Balgrochan, Stirling, Scotland. 

JAMES BOILL (Chart 10, #2), son of James Boy 11 and Janet Fergus, 
was b. 28 Feb. 1668, Camp.sie , Stirling, Scotland. He md. 1698, MAR- 
GARET LECKIE (Chart 10, #3), at Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She was 
b. abt. 1677, of Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. James and Margaret had 
the following children: 

1. Margarie Boill , b. 15 Jan. 1699, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. 

* 2. (X) John Boill, b. 28 Dec. 1701, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; 

md. 28 Feb. 1729-30, Margaret Whyte. 

JOHN BOILL (Chart 1, #24; Chart 10, #1), son of James Boill and 
Margaret Leckie , was b. 28 Dec. 1701, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. He 
md. 28 Feb. 1729-30, MARGARET WHYTE (Chart 1, #25; Chart 11, #1), at 
Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She was b. 28 Apr. 1706, Kilsyth, Stir- 
ling, Scotland; dau. of George Whyte and Janet Clelland. John and 
Margaret had the following children: 

* 1. (X) James Boal, chr. Jan. 1730, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; md . 

Janet McClean. 

2. Barbara Boal, chr. 2 Sept. 1733, Glorat , Stirling, Scotland. 

3. Robert Boal, chr. 24 Apr. 1737, Glorat, Stirling, Scotland. 

4. John Boal, chr. 1 Aug. 1742, Glorat, Stirling, Scotland; d. 
young. 

5. John Boal, chr. 21 Oct. 1744, Glorat, Stirling, Scotland. 

JAMES BOYLL (Chart 10, #4), was b. abt. 1642, of Campsie, Stir- 
ling, Scotland. He md. JANET FERGUS. She was b. abt. 1646, of Campsie, 
Stirling, Scotland. James and Janet had the following children: 

* 1. (X) James Boill, b. 28 Feb. 1668, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; 

md. 1698, Margaret Leckie. 
2. William Boyll , b. 3 Oct. 1669, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; md. 
Janet Hamilton. 



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JAMES BROWN (Chart 12, #24; Chart 21, #1) was bo abt. 1578, of 
Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He md . ELIZA RAND (Chart 12, #25; Chart 
22, #1). She was b. abt. 1582, of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. James 
and Eliza had the following children: 

* 1. (X) James Brown, chr. 1 July 1610 , Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 

md. 11 June 1633, Agnes or Anne Craig. 

JAMES BROWN (Chart 12, #12), son of James Brown and Eliza Rand , 
was chr. 1 July 1610, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He md. 11 June 
1633, AGNES or ANNE CRAIG (Chart 12, #13), at Glasgow, Lanark, Scot- 
land. She was chr. 19 May 1611, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; dau . of 
John Craig and Janet Crawford. James and Agnes or Anne had the 
following children: 

* 1. (X) James Brown, chr. 1 June 1634, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 

md. Margaret Dickie (Dickeson) . 

2. Margaret Brown, chr. 6 Mar. 1636, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

3. John Brown, chr. 13 June 1638, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; d. 
young. 

4. John Brown, chr. 24 May 1642, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

5. Helen Brown, chr. 24 Apr. 1645, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland 

6. Janet Brown, chr. 30 June 1646, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

7. dau= Brown, chr. 28 Nov. 1647, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; d. 
young. 

JAMES BROWN (Chart 12, #6), son of James Brown and Agnes or 
Anne Craig, was chr. 1 June 1634, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He md. 
MARGARET DICKIE (DICKESON) (Chart 12, #7). She was chr. 9 Aug. 1632, 
Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; dau. of John Dickeson and Catherine 
Johnson. James and Margaret had the following children: 

1. Adam Brown, chr. 9 Mar. 1662, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland, 

2. Janet Brown, chr. 19 Feb. 1664, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

3. George Brown, chr. 26 Aug. 1666, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland., 

4. James Brown, chr. 29 Nov. 1668, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 5. (X) Margaret Brown, chr. 7 July 1672, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 

md. James McLean. 



ARCHIBALD BUCHANAN (Chart 3, #2), was b. abt. 1662, of Balder- 
nock, Stirling, Scotland. He md. MARGARET BOWIE (Chart 3, #3). She 
was b. abt. 1666, of Baldernock, Stirling, Scotland. Archibald and 
Margaret had the following children: 

1. Agnes Buchanan, chr. 14 Oct. 1688, Baldernock, Stirling, Scotland 
* 2. (X) Margaret Buchanan, chr. 25 Oct. 1691, Baldernock, Stirling, 
Scotland; md. John Balloch (Bullock). 

3. William Buchanan, chr. 21 Jan. 1694, Baldernock, Stirling, Scot- 
land. 

4. James Buchanan, chr. 8 Nov. 1697, Baldernock, Stirling, Scotland. 



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GILBERT BUCHANAN (Chart 4, #2), was b. abt. 1662, of Baldernock, 
Stirling, Scotland. He md . MARGARET BUCHANAN (Chart 4, #3). She was 
b. abt. 1666, of Baldernock, Stirling, Scotland. Gilbert and Margaret 
had the following children: 

• 1. (X) John Buchanan, chr. 8 Mar. 1688, Baldernock, Stirling, Scot- 

land; md. 31 Jan. 1715, Isabel Balloch. 

JOHN BUCHANAN (Chart 1, #18; Chart 4, #1), son of Gilbert Buchan- 
an and Margaret Buchanan , was chr. 8 Mar. 1688, Baldernock, Stirling, 
Scotland. He md . 31 Jan. 1715, ISABEL BALLOCH (Chart 1, #19, Chart 5, 
#1). She was b. abt. 1694, of Baldernock, Stirling, Scotland. John 
and Isabel had the following children: 

* 1. (X) Margaret Buchanan, chr. 18 Mar. 1716, Baldernock, Stirling, 

Scotland; md . James Bullock. 

2. Walter Buchanan, chr. 10 May 1719, Baldernock, Stirling, Scot- 
land. 

3. Archibald Buchanan, chr. 25 Dec. 1720, Baldernock, Stirling, 
Scotland . 



JAMES BULLOCK (Chart 1, #8), son of John Balloch (Bullock) and 
Margaret Buchanan, was chr. 2 Feb. 1718, Baldernock, Stirling, Scot- 
land. He md. MARGARET BUCHANAN (Chart 1, #9). She was chr. 18 Mar. 
1716, Baldernock, Stirling, Scotland; dau . of John Buchanan and 
Isabel Balloch. James and Margaret had the following children: 

1. Isabel Bullock, chr. 29 Mar. 1741, Baldernock, Stirling, Scotland, 

2. Margaret Bullock, chr. 29 Sept. 1742, Baldernock, Stirling, Scot. 

3. John Bullock, chr. 24 Feb. 1745, Baldernock, Stirling, Scotland. 

4. Margaret Bullock, chr. 24 Aug. 1746, Baldernock, Stirling, Scot. 
* 5. (X) James Bullock, chr. 6 Mar. 1748, Baldernock, Stirling, Scot- 
land; md. Isabel Calder. 

6. Marion Bullock (female), chr. 23 July 1750, Baldernock, Stirling, 
Scotland . 

7. Archibald Bullock, chr. 20 Oct. 1752, Baldernock, Stirling, Scot. 

8. William Bullock, chr. 21 May 1755, Baldernock, Stirling, Scotland, 

9. Walter Bullock, chr. 29 June 1757, Baldernock, Stirling, Scotland, 

JAMES BULLOCK (Chart 1, #4), son of James Bullock and Margaret 
Buchanan, was chr. 6 Mar. 1748, Baldernock, Stirling, Scotland. He 
md. ISABEL CALDER (Chart 1, #5). She was chr. 25 Nov. 1754, Balderon, 
Stirling, Scotland; dau. of John Calder and Agnes Graham. James and 
Isabel had the following children: 

1. John Bullock, chr. 19 Mar. 1776, Campsie , Stirling, Scotland. 

2. Margaret Bullock (twin), chr. 7 Apr 1780, Campsie, Stirling, 
Scotland . 

3. Agnes Bullock (twin), chr. 7 Apr. 1780, Campsie, Stirling, 
Scotland. 



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* 4. (X) Thomas Bullock, chr. 18 M a r. 1782, Kincaid , Stirling, Scot- 

land; md. 18 May 1806, Janet Boal (Boyle). 
5o William Bullock, chr, 18 June 1784, Kincaid, Stirling, Scotland; 
d. young. 

6. Isabel Bullock, chr. 20 Mar. 1787, Kincaid, Stirling, Scotland; 
do young. 

7. Mary Bullock, chr. 13 Mar. 1789, Kincaid, Stirling, Scotland. 

8. William Bullock, chr. 22 Aug. 1790, Kincaid, Stirling, Scotland. 

9. Isabel Bullock, chr. 25 Feb. 1793, Kincaid, Stirling, Scotland. 
10. Archibald Bullock, chr. 5 July 1795, Kincaid, Stirling, Scotland. 

THOMAS BULLOCK (Chart 1, #2), son of James Bullock and Isabel 
Calder, was chr. 18 Mar. 1782, Kincaid, Stirling, Scotland; d. 22 
Nov. 1856-57, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada. He md. 18 May 1806, JANET 
BOAL (BOYLE) (Chart 1, #3). She was chr. 27 June 1787, Balgrochan, 
Stirling, Scotland; d. abt 1845, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; dau . of 
William Boal and Catharine Hendry (Hendrie). Thomas and Janet had 
the following children : 

* 1. (X) James Bullock, chr. 23 Nov. 1806, Campsie , Stirling, Scot- 

land; md. 28 Mar. 1836, Mary Hill. 

* 2. William Hendry Bullock, chr. 28 Aug. 1808, Campsie, Stirling, 

Scotland; md. Christine McDougal. 

* 3. Catherine Calder Bullock, chr. 20 Aug. 1810, Campsie, Stirling, 

Scotland; md. Andrew Robertson. 

* 4. Robert Bullock, chr. 30 Sept. 1812, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; 

md . Jane Moore. 

* 5. Thomas Bullock, b. 4 June 1814, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; 

md. 3 July 1838, Ellen Craig. 

* 6. Isobel Bullock, b. 6 Aug. 1815, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; 

md„ 1843, Andrew Robertson. 

* 7. John Bullock, b„ 16 Apr. 1819, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; md. 

Janet Anderson. 

* 8. Henry Bullock, b. May 1823, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md. 1846, 

Mary Ray croft. 

* 9. Janet Bullock, b„ 1826, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md. 11 Feb. 

1848, James Anderson. 
*10„ Archibald Bullock, b. abt. 1828, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; 

md. Jane Boyle. 
*11. Margaret Bullock, b. abt. 1830, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md . 

Peter King. 
*12. Andrew Bullock, b„ 9 Apr. 1832, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md. 

Eliza Raycroft. 

ALEXANDER CALDER (Ch a rt 1, #20; Chart 6, #1), was b. abt. 1696, 
of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He md. SARAH WALKER (Chart 1, #21; 
Chart 7, #1). She was chr. 6 Sept. 1696, Cadder, Lanark, Scotland; 
dau. of James Walker. Alexander and Sarah had the following children: 

1. James Calder, chr. 12 Aug. 1722, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

2. Alexander Calder, chr. 8 Nov. 1724, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 
3„ Sarah Calder, b. 18 Sept. 1726, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 4. (X) John Calder, b. 28 July 1728, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 

md. Agnes Graham. 



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5. Mathew Calder, b. 27 Sept. 1730, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

6. Andrew Calder, chr. 14 Jan. 1733, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

7. David Calder, chr. 2 Oct. 1734, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

8. John Calder, chr. 22 Feb. 1737, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

9. George Calder, chr. 12 Aug. 1739, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 



JOHN CALDER (Chart 1, #10), son of Alexander Calder and Sarah 
Walker, was b. 28 July 1728, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He md. AGNES 
GRAHAM (Chart 1, #11). She was chr. 24 May 1724, Barony, Lanark, 
Scotland; dau. of William Graham and Agnes Anderson. John and Agnes 
had the following children: 



Jean Calder, chr. 28 Oct. 1753, Balderon, Stirling, Scotland. 
(X) Isabel Calder, chr. 25 Nov. 1754, Balderon, Stirling, Scot- 
land; md. James Bullock. 

John Calder, chr. 19 Dec 1756, Balderon, Stirling, Scotland. 
Thomas Calder, chr. 3 Sept. 1758, Balderon, Stirling, Scotland. 
David Calder, chr. 12 July 1760, Balderon, Stirling, Scotland. 

6. Robert Calder, chr. 5 May 1763, Balderon, Stirling, Scotland. 

7. James Calder, chr. 1 Aug. 4.764, Balderon, Stirling, Scotland. 



HENRY CORBET (Chart 13, #6), son of Robert Corbet and Janet 
Purdon, was chr. 9 July 1650, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He md. AGNES 
REIS (Chart 13, #7). She was b. abt . 1656, of Glasgow, Lanark, Scot- 
land. Henry and Agnes had the following children: 

1. Andrew Corbet, chr. 3 Apr. 1678, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 
* 2. (X) Janet Corbet, chr. 3 Apr. 1678, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 
md. 23 Apr. 1702, Robert Corse. 

3. Agnes Corbet, chr. 19 Oct. 1679, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

4. Robert Corbet, chr. 6 Nov. 1681, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 



ROBERT CORBET (Chart 13, #12), was b. abt. 1609, of Glasgow, 
Lanark Scotland. He md . 27 July 1634, JANET PURDON (Chart 13, #13), 
at Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. She was chr. 9 Oct. 1617, Glasgow, Lan- 
ark, Scotland; dau. of Andrew Purdon and Margaret Howie. Robert and 
Janet had the following children: 



1. 

2. 

3. 
4. 



6. 
7. 



Robert Corbet, chr. 5 Mar. 1635, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

Andrew Corbet, b. abt. 1637, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; md. 

Christian Crawford. 

Janet Corbet, chr. 9 Dec. 1645, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

(X) Henry Corbet, chr. 9 July 1650, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 

md. Agnes Reis. 

Walter Corbet, chr. 7 Dec. 1652, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; md. 

Janet Crawford. 

Margaret Corbet, chr. 17 Jan. 1656, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

Margaret Corbet, chr. 13 July 1658, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 



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JOHN CORSE (Chart 13, #16; Chart 25, #1), was b. abt. 1575, of 
Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland,, He md. 27 Feb. 1601, Miss GRYES or GRAY 
(Chart 13, #17; Chart 26, #1), at Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. She was 
bo abt. 1579. of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; dau. of Robert Gray. 
John and Miss Gryes or Gray had the following children: 

* 1. (X) John Corse, b. abt. 1601, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; rod. 
Margaret Jack. 



JOHN CORSE (Chart 13, #8), son of John Corse and Miss Gryes or 
Gray, was b. abt. 1601, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He rad. 26 July 
1627, MARGARET JACK (Chart 13, #9), at Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 
She was b. abt. 1605, of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. John and Margaret 
had the following children: 

1. Catherine Corse, chr. 6 Apr. 1629, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

2. James Corse, chr. 3 Mar. 1631, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; md. 
6 May 1652, Helen Stirling. 

3. Isobel Corse, chr. 12 Feb. 1633, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

4. John Corse, chr. 28 July 1635, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; rad. 
Margaret Bryce. 

5. Margaret Corse, chr. 1 July 1638, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 6. (X) Robert Corse, chr. 8 May 1640, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 
md. 23 Oct. 1663, Janet Pedie. 
7. Thomas Corse, chr. 19 Feb. 1643, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 
mdo 8 Septo 1664, Mary Duncan. 



ROBERT CORSE (Chart 13, #4), son of John Corse and Margaret 
Jack, was chr. 8 May 1640, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He md. 23 Oct. 
1663, JANET PEDIE (Chart 13, #15), at Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 
She was chr. 22 Sept. 1643, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; dau. of Thomas 
Padie (Peddie) and Margaret Brock. Robert and Janet had the following 
children: 

lo Katherine Corse, chr. 8 Mar. 1668, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

2. Isobel Corse, chr. 17 Mar. 1670, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

3. John Corse, chr. 14 Sept. 1671, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; md. 
6 Dec. 1699, Jean Walkinshaw. 

4. Thomas Corse, chr. 20 Oct. 1672, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

5. Robert Corse, chr. 12 Nov. 1676, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 
d. young. 

6. David Corse, chr. 26 Nov. 1677, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; md . 
21 Mar. 1700, Catherine McKeete. 

7. Katherine Corse, chr. 11 Jan. 1680, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 8. (X) Robert Corse, chr. 25 Jan. 1681, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 

md. 23 Apr. 1702, Janet Corbet. 

9. James Corse, chr. 7 Feb. 1683, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

10. Janet Corse, chr. 16 Mar. 1684, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 



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ROBERT CORSE (Chart 13, #2), son of Robert Corse and Janet Pedie, 
was chr. 25 Jan. 1681, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He md. 23 Apr. 1702, 
JANET CORBET (Chart 13, #3), at Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. She was chr, 
3 Apr. 1678, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; dau. of Henry Corbet and Agnes 
Reis. Robert and Janet hud the following children: 



(X) Agnes Corse (Cross), chr. 27 June 1703, Glasgow, Lanark, Scot- 
land; md. 27 Aug. 1727, John McLean. 

2. Helen Corse, chr. 27 Jan. 1708, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

3. Janet Corse, chr. 21 Aug. 1711, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

4. Margaret Corse, chr. 5 Oct. 1712, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

5. Robert Corse, chr. 15 July 1714, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 



1. 



JOHN CRAIG (Chart 12, #26; Chart 23, #1), was b. abt. 1590, of 
Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He md. JANET CRAWFORD (Chart 12, #27; 
Chart 24, #1). She was b. abt. 1594, of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 
John and Janet had the following children: 

* 1. (X) Agnes or Anne Craig, chr. 19 Nov. 1611, Glasgow, Lanark, 
Scotland; md. 11 June 1633, James Brown. 

2. John Craig, chr. Oct. 1616, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

3. Helen Craig, chr. Feb. 1620, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

4. Thomas Craig, b. July 1621, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 



JOHN DICKESON (Chart 12, #14), was b. abt. 1602, of Glasgow, 
Lanark, Scotland. He md, CATHERINE JOHNSON (Chart 12, #15). She was 
bo abt. 1606, of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. John and Catherine had 
the following children: 

1„ John Dickeson, chr. 28 Mar. 1628, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 
* 2. (X) Margaret Dickie (Dickeson), chr. 9 Aug. 1632, Glasgow, Lan- 
ark, Scotland; md. James Brown. 

3. James Dickeson, chr. 5 Nov. 1635, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

4. son Dickeson, chr. 14 Jan. 1637, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 



ANDREW FARIE (Chart 9, #18; Chart 18, #1), was b. abt. 1554, of 
Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He md. 3 Oct. 1580, at Glasgow, Lanark, 
Scotland. Andrew had the following children: 

1. Robert Farie (Fairie), b. abt. 1586, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 
md. Helen Young. 
* 2. (X) Agnes Farie, b. abt. 1591, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; md. 
George Anderson. 



WILLIAM GRAHAM (Chart 8, #4), was b. abt. 1629, of Kirkintillock, 
Dumbarton, Scotland. He md. 5 Dec. 1654, JANET FINLAY (Chart 8, #5), 
at Kilsyth, Stirling, Scotland. She was b. abt. 1633, of Kirkintil- 
lock, Dumbarton, Scotland. William and Janet had the following 
children : 

1. John Graham, chr. 22 Apr. 1655, Kilsyth, Stirling, Scotland. 



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* 2. (X) William Graham, chr. 8 Feb. 1657, Kilsyth, Stirling, Scot- 

land; md. 24 May 1682, Agnes Paterson. 
3. Margaret Graham, chr. 27 Feb. 1659, Kilsyth, Stiling, Scotland. 

WILLIAM GRAHAM (Chart 8, #2), son of William Graham and Janet 
Finlay, was chr. 8 Feb. 1657, Kilsyth, Stirling, Scotland. He md . 
24 May 1682, AGNES PATERSON (Chart 8, #3), at Glasgow, Lanark, Scot- 
land. She was chr. 6 Feb. 1660, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; dau . of 
William Paterson and Agnes Anderson. William and Agnes had the fol- 
lowing children: 

1. Isabella Graham, chr. 26 Feb. 1683, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

2. William Graham, chr. 17 Sept. 1685, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

3. Susanna Graham, chr. 31 July 1687, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

4. Abraham Graham, chr. 24 Mar. 1692, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 5. (X) William Graham, chr. 16 Feb. 1693, Glasgow, Lanark, Scot- 

land; md. 25 July 1712, Agnes Anderson. 

6. son Graham, chr. 15 July 1694, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

7. dau. Graham, chr. 20 Oct. 1695, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

8. Alison Graham (female), chr. 21 Feb 1698, Glasgow, Lanark, Scot- 
land . 

9. dau. Graham, chr. 23 Oct. 1700, Grasgow , Lanark, Scotland. 

WILLIAM GRAHAM (Chart 1, #22; Chart 8, #1), son of William 
Graham and Agnes Paterson, was chr. 16 Feb 1693, Glasgow, Lanark, 
Scotland. He md. 25 July 1712, AGNES ANDERSON (Chart 1, #23; Chart 
9, #1), at Barony, Lanark, Scotland. She was chr. 23 Nov. 1693, 
Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; dau. of William Anderson and Sara Ross. 
William and Agnes h a d the following children; 

1. Jean Graham (female), chr. 17 May 1713, Barony, Lanark, Scotland 

2. John Graham, chr. 18 May 1716, Barony, Lanark, Scotland. 

3. James Graham, chr. 2 Feb. 1718, Barony, Lanark, Scotland. 

4. William Graham, chr. 3 July 1720, Barony, Lanark, Scotland. 

5. Robert Graham, chr. 6 May 1722, Barony, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 6. (X) Agnes Graham, chr. 24 May 1724, Barony, Lanark, Scotland; 

md. John Calder. 

7. Margaret Graham, chr. 3 Dec. 1727, Barony, Lanark, Scotland. 

8. Christine Graham, chr. 23 July 1732, Barony, Lanark, Scotland. 

9. Janet Graham, chr. 19 July 1730, Barony, Lanark, Scotland. 

ROBERT GRAY or GRYES (Chart 26, #2), was b. abt . 1548, of Glas- 
gow, Lanark, Scotland. He md. 22 June 1574, at Glasgow, Lanark, Scot- 
land. Robert had the following children: 

* 1. (X) Miss Gray or Gryes , b. abt. 1579, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 

md. John Corse. 



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THOMAS HENDRY (Chart 1, #14), son of William Hendry and Mary 
Smith, was b. 24 Aug. 1721, Bothwell, Lanark, Scotland; d. 21 Jan. 
1788, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. He md. 5 Nov. 1747, JANET WILSON 
(Chart 1, #15), at Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. She was b. 4 May 1721, 
Carluke, Lanark, Scotland; d. 8 Dec. 1784, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland; 
dau. of William Wilson and Catherine Paterson. Thomas and Janet had 
the following children: 

1. Janet Hendry, b. 24 Feb. 1755, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 2. (X) Catherine Hendry (Hendrie), b. Mar. 1757, Carluke, Lanark, 

Scotland; md. William Boal . 

3. Thomas Hendry, b. 30 May 1759, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. 

4. Allan Hendry (male),b. 26 Apr. 1761, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. 

5. Jean Hendry (female), b. 14 Sept. 1763, Carluke, Lanark, Scot. 

WILLIAM HENDRY (Chart 1, #28; Chart 14, #1), was b. about 1689, 
of Bothwell, Lanark, Scotland. He md. MARY SMITH (Chart 1, #29; 
Chart 15, #1). She was chr. 11 Oct. 1691, Cambusland , Lanark, Scot- 
land; dau. of James Smith. William and Mary had the following children: 

1. James Hendry, chr. 20 Mar. 1715, Bothwell, Lanark, Scotland. 

2. Mary Hendry, chr. 19 Feb. 1717, Bothwell, Lanark , Scotland. 

3. Margaret Hendry, chr. 10 Apr. 1719, Bothwell, Lanark, Scotland. 

4. Elizabeth Hendry, chr. 5 Apr. 1720, Bothwell, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 5. (X) Thomas Hendry, b. 24 Aug. 1721, Bothwell, Lanark, Scotland; 

md. 5 Nov. 1747, Janet Wilson. 

6. Anna Hendry, b. 11 Dec. 1723, Bothwell, Lanark, Scotland. 

7. Robert Hendry, b. 9 Feb. 1727, Bothwell, Lanark, Scotland. 



DAVID HOWIE (Chart 30, #2), was b. abt. 1557, at Glasgow, Lan- 
ark, Scotland; son of William Howie. He md. 1 June 1583, at Glasgow, 
Lanark, Scotland. David had the following children: 

* 1. (X) Margaret Howie, b. abt. 1587, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 
md . Andrew Purdon. 



WILLIAM HOWIE (Chart 30, #4), was b. abt. 1525, of Glasgow, Lan- 
ark, Scotland. William had the following children: 

* 1. (X) David Howie, b. abt. 1557, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; he md. 

JAMES McLEAN (Chart 12, #2), was b. abt 1658, of Glasgow, Lan- 
ark, Scotland. He md. MARGARET BROWN (Chart 12, #3). She was chr. 
7 July 1672, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; dau. of James Brown and 
Margaret Dickie (Dickesoni James and Margaret had the following 
children: 

* 1 (X) John McLean, chr. 26 Jan. 1690, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 

md. 27 Aug. 1724, Agnes Corse (Cross). 



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JOHN McLEAN (Chart 1, #26; Chart 12, #1), son of James McLean 
and Margaret Brown, was chr. 26 Jan. 1690, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland, 
He md. AGNES CORSE (CROSS) (Chart 1, #27; Chart 13, #1), at Glasgow, 
Lanark, Scotland. She was chr. 27 June 1703, Glasgow, Lanark, Scot- 
land; dau. of Robert Corse and Janet Corbet. John and Agnes had the 
following children: 

1. Alexander McClean, chr. 6 Dec. 1724, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 2. Janet McClean , chr. 3 Dec. 1728, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; md . 

James Boal. 

3. William McClean , chr. 3 Oct. 1731, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

4. Mary McClean , chr. 20 Jan. 1734,, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

JOHN PADIE (PEDDIE) (Chart 13, #20; Chart 27, #1), was b. abt . 
1583, of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He md. JANET SPREUL (Chart 13, 
#21; Chart 28, #1). She was b„ abt. 1587, of Glasgow, Lanark, Scot- 
land. John and Janet had the following children: 

1. William Padie , chr. 6 Aug. 1609, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

2. John Peddie , chr. 22 Oct. 1611, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 3. (X) Thomas Padie (Peddie), chr. 12 Sept. 1613, Glasgow, Lanark, 

Scotland; md. 11 Sept. 1634, Margaret Brock. 



THOMAS PADIE (PEDDIE) (Chart 13, #10), son of John Padie (Ped- 
die) and Janet Spreul , was chr. 12 Sept. 1613, Glasgow, Lanark, 
Scotland. He md. 11 Sept. 1634, MARGARET BROCK (Chart 13, #11), at 
Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. She was b. abt. 1613, of Glasgow, Lanark, 
Scotland. Thomas and Margaret had the following children: 

1. Janet Peddie , chr. 24 Aug. 1635, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

2. Helen Peddie, chr. 7 Sept. 1637, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

3. Margaret Peddie , chr. 20 June 1640, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

4. John Peddie , chr. 23 May 1642, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 5. (X) Janet Pedie (Peddie), chr. 22 Sept. 1643, Glasgow, Lanark, 
Scotland; md. 23 Oct. 1663, Robert Corse. 

6. Marie Peddie , chr. 23 May 1647, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

7. James Pedie , chr. 4 May 1652, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

8. John Pedie , chr. 9 Feb 1654, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

9. Agnes Pedie , chr. 12 June 1656, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 



WILLIAM PATERSON (Chart 8, #12), was b. abt. 1585, of Glasgow, 
Lanark, Scotland. He md . MARGARET EWING (Chart 8, #13). She was b. 
abt. 1589, of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. William and Margaret had 
the following children: 

* 1. (X) William Paterson, chr. 31 Jan. 1611, Glasgow, Lanark, Scot- 
land; md. 2 Dec. 1640, Agnes Anderson. 
3. John Paterson, chr. 8 June 1615, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 



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WILLIAM PATERSON (Chart 8, #6), son of William Paterson and 
Margaret Ewing, was chr. 31 Jan. 1611, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He 
md. 2 Dec. 1640, AGNES ANDERSON (Chart 8, #7), at Glasgow, Lanark, 
Scotland. She was chr. 28 June 1621, Glasgow, Larark, Scotland; dau. 
of John Anderson and Janet Anderson . William and Agnes had the fol- 
lowing children: 

1. William Paterson, chr. 4 Aug. 1642, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 
d. young. 

2. William Paterson, chr. 24 Sept. 1643, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

3. John Paterson, chr. 25 Nov. 1645, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

4. Elizabeth Paterson, chr. 28 Sept. 1647, Glasgow, Lanark, Scot. 

5. James Paterson, chr. 20 Mar. 1649, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

6. Catherine Paterson, chr. 8 Apr. 1651, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

7. Isobel Paterson, chr. 31 May 1655, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

8. Patrick Paterson, chr. 10 Mar. 1657, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 9. (X) Agnes Paterson (Patterson), chr. 6 Feb. 1660, Glasgow, Lan- 

ark, Scotland; md. 24 May 1682, William Graham. 

JAMES POLLOCK (Chart 9, #22; Chart 19, #1), was b. abt . 1581, of 
Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He md. ELIZABETH HUTCHESON (Chart 9, #23; 
Chart 20, #1). She was b. abt. 1585, of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 
James and Elizabeth had the following children: 

* 1. (X) Margaret Pollock, b. abt. 1607, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 

md. 24 Apr. 1630, James Pollock . 

2. John Pollock, chr. 17 Aug. 1609, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

3. Janet Pollock, chr. abt. 1610, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; md. 
7 Apr. 1632, James Pollock . 

4. James Pollock, chr. 2 Jan. 1612, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

5. Thomas Pollock, chr. 9 Feb. 1614, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

6. Robert Pollock, chr. 21 Nov. 1616, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 
md. 9 Feb. 1643; Grissel Maxwell. 

7. Christian Pollock (female), chr. 10 Feb. 1620, Glasgow, Lanark, 
Scotland; md. 19 Jan. 1643, John Kelpatrick. 

8. George Pollock, chr. 20 Sept. 1622, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 
md. 8 June 1643, Helen Orr. 

9. Charles Pollock, chr. 14 Dec. 1625, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

JAMES POLLOCK (Chart 9, #10), was b. abt. 1605, of Glasgow, Lan- 
ark, Scotland. He md. 24 Apr. 1630, MARGARET POLLOCK (Chart 9, #11), 
at Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. She was b. abt. 1607, Glasgow, Lanark, 
Scotland; dau. of James Pollock and Elizabeth Hutcheson. James and 
Margaret had the following children: 

1. James Pollock, chr. 20 Feb 1631, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; d. 
young. 

2. James Pollock, chr. 3 Sept. 1632, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

* 3. (X) Marjory or Marion Pollock, chr. 2 May 1636, Glasgow, Lanark, 

Scotland; md. John Anderson 
4. Margaret Pollock, chr. 20 July 1641, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 



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5. Robert Pollock, chr. 16 Feb. 1644, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

6. Janet Pollock, chr. 16 Oct. 1645, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

7. George Pollock, chr. 29 June 1650, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

ANDREW PURDON (Chart 13, #26; Chart 29, #1), was b. abt. 1583, 
of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He md. 21 Mar. 1609, MARGARET HOWIE 
(Chart 13, #27; Chart 30, #1), at Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. She 
was b. abt. 1587, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; dau. of David Howie. 
Andrew and Margaret had the following children; 

1. John Purdon, chr. 10 Oct. 1614, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 
* 2. (X) Janet Purdon, chr. 7 Oct. 1617, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 
md. 27 July 1634, Robert Corbet . 

3. William Purdon, chr. 6 Jan. 1620, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

4. Andrew Purdon, chr. 3 Dec. 1621, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

5. Bessie Purdon, chr. 31 Dec. 1626, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

6. Marie Purdon, chr. 18 Sept. 1628, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

7. Andrew Purdon, chr. 2 Dec. 1629, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; 
md. 2 Dec. 1652, Elizabeth McKewin. 

8. Margaret Purdon, chr. 7 Jan. 1631, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 

9. John Purdon, chr. 4 May 1632, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 
10. Mary Purdon, chr. 7 Aug. 1633, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. 



JAMES SMITH (Chart 15, #2), was b. abt. 1659, of Cambuslang, 
Lanark, Scotland. James had the following children: 

* 1. (X) Mary Smith, chr. 11 Oct. 1691, Cambuslang, Lanark, Scot- 
land; md. William Hendry. 



JAMES WALKER (Chart 7, #2), was b. abt. 1664, of Cadder , Lan- 
ark, Scotland. James had the following children: 

* 1. (X) Sarah Walker, chr. 6 Sept. 1696, Cadder, Lanark, Scotland; 
md. Alexander Calder. 



GEORGE WHYTE (Chart 11, #2), was b. abt. 1676, of Kilsyth, 
Stirling, Scotland. He md. 22 Nov. 1701, JANET CLELLAND (Chart 11, 
#3), at Kilsyth, Stirling, Scotland. Janet was b. abt. 1680, of 
Kilsyth, Stirling, Scotland. George and Janet had the following 
children: 

* 1. (X) Margaret Whyte, b. 28 Apr. 1706, Kilsyth, Stirling, Scot- 
land; md. 28 Feb. 1729-30, John Boill. 



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WILLIAM WILSON (Chart 1, #30; Chart 16, #1), was b. abt . 1691, 
of Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. He md. 1 Jan. 1716, CATHERINE PATERSON 
(Chart 1, #31; Chart 17, #1), at Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. She was 
b. abt. 1695, of Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. William and Catherine had 
the following children: 

1. Allan Wilson (male), b. 17 Dec. 1716, Carluke, Lanark, Scot. 

2. William Wilson, b. 28 Feb. 1719, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. 
* 3. (X) Janet Wilson, b. 4 May 1721, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland; 

md. 5 Nov. 1747, Thomas Hendry. 
4. Archibald Wilson, b. 21 July 1724, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland; 
md. 6 Oct. 1751, Janet Young. 



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CHAPTER V 



ANCESTRY OF MARY HILL 



The ancestral lines of Mary Hill have not been traced for many 
generations, since the parish registers of Greenock, Renfrewshire, 
Scotland, did not begin until 1750; and those of Skipness, Argyll- 
shire, Scotland, did not begin until 1783. Mary Hill, dau. of Alex- 
ander Hill and Elizabeth Currie (Curry), was b. 16 July 1812, John- 
ston, Renf rev/shire , Scotland; chr. 9 Aug. 1812, Abbey, Renfrewshire, 
Scotland; d. 1 Jan. 1871, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; bur. 3 Jan. 
1871, Salt Lake City cemetery, Salt Lake, Utah; md. (1) 28 Mar. 1836, 
James Bullock, at Tosorontio Township, Siincoe , Ontario, Canada; md . 
(2) 1853, Orson Spencer, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

Following is a listing of the ancestral Family Groups of Mary 
Hill. An (X) before a child's name indicates the direct ancestor. A 
single Pedigree Chart is given on the next page, and gives all the 
known ancestors of Mary Hill. 

ALEXANDER HILL, son of Daniel Hill and Mary Campbell, was b. 
1 Aug. 1779, Skipness, Argyllshire, Scotland; d. 16 May 1867, Wells- 
ville, Cache, Utah; bur. May 1867, Salt Lake City cemetery, Salt Lake, 
Utah; md. 30 May 1806, ELIZABETH CURRIE (CURRY), at Johnston, Renfrew- 
shire, Scotland. She was b. 29 Oct. 1775, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scot- 
land; d. 3 Aug. 1885, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake , Utah; bur. Aug. 1885, 
Salt Lake City cemetery, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. of John Currie and 
Agnes McKinlay. Alexander and Elizabeth had the following children: 

* 1. Daniel Hill, b. 2 Apr „ 1807, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 

md. (1) 23 Mar. 1833, Elizabeth Bryce (Brice); md . (2) 6 May 
1872, Amelia Emily Mallby (Milberg); md . (3) 9 Nov. 1374, Fred- 
ericka Peterson. 

* 2. Agnes Hill, b. 6 June 1808, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 

md. 1831, John Kenny Richards. 

* 3. Alexander Hill, Jr., b. 1 Mar. 1811, Johnston, Renf rewshire , 

Scotland; md. (1) 6 Apr. 1832, Agnes Hood; md. (2) 27 Dec. 1852, 
Harriet Bradshaw; md. (3) 28 Jan. 1857, Mary Meiklejohn; md. 
(4) 16 Jan. 1864, Pauline Margaretta Hanson; md . (5) 12 Aug. 
1872, Elizabeth Burnett. 

* 4. (X) Mary Hill, b. 16 July 1812, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scot- 

land; md. (1) 28 Mar. 1836, James Bullock; md . (2) 1853, 
Orson Spencer. 

* 5. John Hill, b. 26 Jan. 1814, Johnston, Ref rewshire , Scotland; 

md. (1) 1837, Margaret Bryce (Brice); md. (2) 7 Mar. 1857 
Harriet Quin; md. (3) 26 Nov. 1859, Agnes Steele. 

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* 6. Archibald Newell Hill, b. 20 Aug. 1816, Johnston, Renfrewshire, 

Scotland; md. (1) 21 Feb. 1840, Isabella Hood; md . (2) 12 July 
1851, Margaret Fotheringham; md. (3) 25 Dec. 1855, Mary Emma 
Milam; md . (4) 7 Mar. 1857, Caroline Graham; md . (5) 22 Jan. 
1872, Mary House. 

* 7. Elizabeth Hill, b. 17 Sept. 1818, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scot- 

land; md. 1845, William Swapp , Jr. 

DANIEL HILL, son of William Hill, was b. abt. 1753, of Skipness , 
Argyllshire, Scotland; md. MARY CAMPBELL. She was b. abt. 1757, of 
Skipness, Argyllshire, Scotland. Daniel and Mary had the following 
children: 

* 1. (X) Alexander Hill, b. 1 Aug. 1779, Skipness, Argyllshire, Scot- 

land; rad. 20 May 1806, Elizabeth Currie (Curry). 

* 2. Archibald Hill, b. abt. 1783, Skipness, Argyllshire, Scotland; 

md. 20 June 1809, Ann McLauchlan. 

* 3. Mary Hill, chr. 11 Aug. 1875, Skipness, Argyllshire, Scotland; 

md. 16 Feb. 1811, Peter McNulty. 

* 4. Isobell Hill, b. 12 Apr. 1790, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 

md. 15 July 1814, David Boyle. 

* 5. Martha Hill, b. 1801, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; md . 7 

July 1820, Robert McCormick. 



JOHN CURRIE, son of James Currie and Janet Ferguson, was b. 21 
Feb. 1757, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland; md. 29 Apr. 1774, AGNES 
McKINLAY, at Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland. She was b. abt. 1757, 
of Skipness, Renfrewshire, Scotland; dau . of John McKinlay and 
Catherine McKinlay . John and Agnes had the following children: 

* 1. (X) Elizabeth Currie (Curry), b. 29 Oct. 1775, Greenock, Ren- 
frewshire, Scotland; md. 20 May 1806, Alexander Hill. 

2. Robert Currie, b. 23 Jan. 1777, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

3. Catherine Currie, b. 22 Jan. 1779, Greenock, Renfrewshire, 
Scotland. 

4. Margaret Currie, b. 18 Jan. 1781, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scot. 

5. Agnes Currie, b. 4 Nov. 1782, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

6. John Currie, b. 12 July 1784, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

7. Robert Currie, b. 5 June 1786, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scot. 

8. Daniel Currie, b. 6 Apr. 1788, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scot. 

9. Thomas Currie, b. 12 Oct. 1789, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scot. 

10. Agnes Currie, b. 21 Mar, 1791, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scot. 

11. Thomas Currie, chr. 3 Mar. 1794, Abbey, Paisley, Renfrewshire, 
Scotland. 



JAMES CURRIE, son of John Currie, was b. abt. 1724, Middle 
Parish, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland. He md . JANET FERGUSON. 
She was b. abt. 1726, of Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland. James 
and Janet had the following children: 



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1. Margaret Currie , b. abt . 1747, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 
md. 7 Aug. 1767, Allen McLean. 

2. Janet Currie, b. abt. 1748, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 
md. 18 Aug. 1767, Angus McDonald. 

3. Alexander Currie, b. 22 July 1750, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scot- 
land. . 

4. (X) John Currie, b. 21 Feb. 1757, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scot- 
land; md. 29 Apr. 1774, Agnes McKinlay. 

5. Duncan Currie, b. 14 Apr. 1762, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland 



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CHAPTER VI 



COLLATERAL LINES OF JAMES BULLOCK 



This chapter is devoted to James Bullock's brothers and sisters 
immediate families and to their children's families. In order that 
clarity may be maintained by the reader the Family Group of Thomas 
Bullock and Janet Boal (Boyle), the parents, is given first. This 
group is followed by the families of James Bullock's brothers and 
sisters and their children's families. 



THOMAS BULLOCK, son of James Bullock and Isabel Calder, wtis b. 
1779; chr. 18 Mar. 1782, Kincaid , Stirling, Scotland: d. 22 Nov. 
1856-57, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md. 18 May 1806, JANET BOAL (BOYLE) 
at Campsie , Stirling, Scotland. She was chr. 27 June 1787, at Bai- 
grochan, Stirling, Scotland; d. abt . 1845, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; 
dau. of William Boal and Catharine Hendry (Hendrie). Thomas and Janet 
had the following children: 

* 1. (X) James Bullock, chr. 23 Nov. 1806, Campsie, Stirling, Scot- 

land; md. 28 Mar. 1836, Mary Hill. 

* 2. William Hendry Bullock, chr. 28 Aug. 1808, Campsie, Stirling, 

Scotland; md. Christine McDougal. 

* 3. Catherine Calder Bullock, chr. 20 Aug. 1810, Campsie, Stirling, 

Scotland; md. Andrew Robertson. 

* 4. Robert Bullock, chr. 30 Sept. 1812, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; 

md. Jane Moore. 

* 5. Thomas Bullock, b. 4 June 1814, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; md. 

3 July 1838, Ellen Craig. 

* 6. Isobel Bullock, b. 6 Aug. 1815, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; md. 

1843, Andrew Robertson. 

* 7. John Bullock, b. 16 Apr. 1819, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; md. 

Janet Anderson. 

* 8. Henry Bullock, b. May 1823, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md. 1846, 

Mary Raycroft. 

* 9. Janet Bullock, b. 1826, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md. 11 Feb. 

1848, James Anderson. 
*10. Archibald Bullock, b. abt. 1828, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md . 

Jane Boyle . 
*11. Margaret Bullock, b. abt. 1830, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md. 

Peter King. 
*12. Andrew Bullock, b. 9 Apr. 1832, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md . 

Eliza Raycroft. 



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WILLIAM HENDRY BULLOCK, son of Thomas Bullock and Janet Boal 
(Boyle), was chr. 28 Aug. 1808, Campsie , Stirling, Scotland; md. 
CHRISTINA McDOUGAL. She was b. abt . 1810, Highlands, Scotland. William 
and Christina had the following children: 

1. Catherine Bullock, b. 4 Sept. 1830, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; d. 
4 July 1891. 

* 2. Thomas Bullock, b. 14 May 1834, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md. 3 

Jan. 1863, Jeannette Robertson. 
3. Christine Bullock, b. 24 June 1836, Lanark, Ontario, Canada. 

* 4. John H. Bullock, b. 15 Feb. 1838, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md. 

10 Feb. 1887, Linda McConnell. 

* 5. Andrew R. Bullock, b. 8 Mar. 1840, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md. 

Margaret Latherow. 

* 6. James S. Bullock, b. 1 Jan. 1842, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md . 

10 Nov. 1862, Carrie Conn. 

THOMAS BULLOCK, son of William Hendry Bullock and Christine Mc- 
Dougal , was b. 14 May 1834, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; d. Apr. 1896; 
md. 3 Jan. 1863, JEANNETTE ROBERTSON, at Fountain Green, Hancock, 
Illinois. She was b. 18 Sept. 1837, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; d. 4 
Feb. 1890; dau . of Andrew Robertson and Catherine Calder Bullock. 
Thomas and Jeannette had the following children: 

1. Luella Bullock, b. 30 Jan. 1864, Fountain Green, Hancock, 111. 

2. son Bullock, b. 6 June 1866, Fountain Green, Hancock, Illinois. 

3. Catherine Bullock, b. 30 July 1869, Fountain Green, Hancock, 111.; 
md„ 25 Mar. 1896, Monroe Parker, at Fountain Green, Hancock, 111. 

4. son Bullock, b. 17 May 1872, Fountain Green, Hancock, Illinois. 

5. Lillie Bullock, b. 23 Aug. 1874, Fountain Green, Hancock, 111. 

JOHN H. BULLOCK, son of William Hendry Bullock and Christina 
McDougal , was b. 15 Feb. 1838, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; d. 3 Nov. 
1914; md. 10 Feb. 1887, LINDA McCONNELL, at Fountain Green, Hancock, 
Illinois. She was b. 11 Apr. 1853, Fountain Green, Hancock, Illinois. 
John and Linda had the following children: 

1. son Bullock, b. 30 May 1888, Fountain Green, Hancock, Illinois; 
d. 4 June 1888. 

2. Mary E. Bullock, b. 14 Feb. 1890, Fountain Green, Hancock, 111.; 
d. 6 June 1910. 

3. John Ho Bullock, Jr., b. 16 Dec. 1892, Fountain Green, Hancock, 
Illinois. 

4. Charles A. Bullock, b. 12 Feb. 1896, Fountain Green, Hancock, 
Illinois . 



ANDREW R. BULLOCK, son of William Hendry Bullock and Christine 
McDougal, was b. 8 Mar. 1840, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; d. Nov. 1914; 
md. MARGARET LATHEROW. She was b. 17 Dec. 1853, Pa.; d. 17 Mar. 1914, 
Andrew and Margaret had the following children: 



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1. Earl Vere Bullock, b. 6 Nov. 1875, Fountain Green, Hancock, 
Illinois . 

2. Lena Bullock, b. 10 June 1877, Fountain Green, Hancock, Illinois. 

3. Junius Bullock, b. 14 June 1880, Fountain Green, Hancock, 111. 

4. Blanche E. Bullock, b. 24 Aug. 1882, Fountain Green, Hancock, 
Illinois; md. 4 Dec. 1907, Frank Kelso. 

5. Owen G. Bullock, b. 23 May 1888, Fountain Green, Hancock, 111. 

6. Edgar A. Bullock, b. 13 Apr. 1892, Fountain Green, Hancock, 111. 

JAMES S. BULLOCK, son of William Hendry Bullock and Christine 
McDougal, was b. 1 Jan. 1842, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; d. 24 Mar. 
1911; md. 10 Nov. 1862, CARRIE CONN. She was b. 3 Aug. 1843, Blandins- 
ville, McDonough, Illinois; d. Aug. 1911. James and Carrie had the 
following children: 

1. Anna Bullock, b. 20 Jan. 1866, Blandinsville , McDonough, 111.; 
md. 31 Dec. 1885, Newt Oakman. 

2. Amy Bullock, b. 10 Mar. 1868, Blandinsville, McDonough, Illinois; 
md. 21 Aug. 1901, August Coeur, at Ferris, Hancock, Illinois. 

3. Orpha Bullock, b. 15 July 1871, Blandinsville, McDonough, 111.; 
d. 1 Aug. 1886; unmd . 

4. Stanton Bullock, b. 26 Apr. 1874, Blandinsville, McDonough, 111.; 
md. Oct. 1894, Molly Yetter, at Peoria, Peoria, Illinois. 

5. Lucy Bullock, b. 14 Nov. 1877, Blandinsville, McDonough, 111.; 
md. Nov. 1901, George Smith, at Blandinsville, McDonough, 111. 

6. Esther Bullock, b. 19 Dec. 1886, Blandinsville, McDonough, 111.; 
md. 27 Mar. 1907, Forest Bivens , Blandinsville, McDonough, 111. 

CATHERINE CALDER BULLOCK, dau. of Thomas Bullock and Janet Boal 
(Boyle), was b. 20 Aug. 1810, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland;md. ANDREW 
ROBERTSON* He was b. abt . 1806, of Hopetown, Ontario, Canada;. d. 29 
Mar. ,1866. Catherine and Andrew had the following children: 

1. son Robertson, b. abt. 1830, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada. 

2. Thomas Robertson, b. 1832, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; d. 5 Sept. 
1903. 

3. William Robertson, b. 1835, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md. Emily 
Neal. William d. 29 Aug. 1865. 

* 4. Jeannette Robertson, b. 18 Sept. 1837, Hopetown, Ontario, Can.; 

md. 3 Jan. 1863, Thomas Bullock. 

* 5. Catherine Robertson, b. 16 Sept. 1839, Hopetown, Ontario, Can.; 

md. 28 Dec. 1863, John Woodworth. 



JEANNETTE ROBERTSON, dau. of Andrew Robertson and Catherine 
Calder Bullock, was b. 18 Sept. 1837, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; d. 
4 Feb. 1890; md. 3 Jan. 1863, THOMAS BULLOCK, at Fountain Green, Han- 
cock, Illinois. He was b. 14 May 1834, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; d. 
Apr. 1896; son of William Hendry Bullock and Christine McDougal. 
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1. Luella Bullock, b. 30 Jan. 1864, Fountain Green, Hancock, 111. 

2. son Bullock, b. 6 June 1866, Fountain Green, Hancock, Illinois. 

3. Catherine Bullock, b. 30 July 1869, Fountain Green, Hancock, 111. 
md. 25 Mar. 1896, Monroe Parker, at Fountain Green, Hancock, 111. 

4. son Bullock, b. 17 May 1872, Fountain Green, Hancock, Illinois. 

5. Lillie Bullock, b. 23 Aug. 1874, Fountain Green, Hancock, 111. 

CATHERINE ROBERTSON, dau . of Andrew Robertson and Catherine Cal- 
der Bullock, was b. 16 Sept. 1839, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; d . 20 
July 1904; md. 28 Dec. 1863, JOHN WOODWORTH. He was b. 26 Aug. 1829, 
of Macomb, McDonough , Illinois. Catherine and John had the following 
children : 

1„ William Woodworth , b. 1864, Macomb, McDonough, Illinois; md . 
Stella Flood. 

2. Andrew Woodworth, b. 11 May 1866, Macomb, McDonough, Illinois; 
md. Dora Birch. 

3. Ulysses Woodworth, b. 20 Aug. 1869, Macomb, McDonough, Illinois; 
md. Rilla Elwell. 

4. Mary Woodworth, b. 5 Feb. 1870, Macomb, McDonough, Illinois; md. 
Frank Goldberry. 

5. Jeannette Woodworth, b. 23 Nov. 1873, Macomb, McDonough, 111.; 
md. Charles Kilpatrick. 

6. Horace Woodworth, b. 14 Aug. 1876, Macomb, McDonough, Illinois; 
mdo Ella Salisbury. 

ROBERT BULLOCK, son of Thomas Bullock and Janet Boal (Boyle), was 
chr. 30 Sept. 1812, Campsie , Stirling, Scotland. He md . JANE MOORE. 
She was b. abt . 1816, of Hopetown, Ontario, Canada. Robert and Jane 
had the following children i 

1. Thomas Bullock, b. abt. 1834, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada. 

2. William Bullock, b. abt. 1836, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada. 

3. George Bullock, b. abt. 1838, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada. 

* 4. Isabella Bullock, b. abt. 1840, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md. 
Duncan Gunn. 
5. Janet Bullock, b. abt. 1842, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada. 



ISABELLA BULLOCK, dau. of Robert Bullock and Jane Moore, was b, 
abt. 1840, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada. She md. DUNCAN GUNN. He was b, 
abt. 1836, of Hopetown, Ontario, Canada. 

THOMAS BULLOCK, son of Thomas Bullock and Janet Boal (Boyle), 
was b. 4 June 1814, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; d. 8 Oct. 1894, 
Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 3 July 1838, ELLEN CRAIG. She was b. 
8 Nov. 1817, Reston, Manitobia, Canada; d„ 25 Feb. 1904. Thomas and 
Ellen had the following children s 



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* 1. Thomas Bullock, b. 15 July 1839, Reston, Manitobia, Can.; 

md. 28 Apr. 1863, Jane Mcllrith. 
2. Robert Bullock, b. 17 July 1840, Reston, Manitobia, Can.; 
d. 24 Sept. 1840; unmd. 

* 3. Isabella Bullock, b. 18 Sept. 1841, Reston, Manitobia, 

Canada; md. 19 Dec. 1862, John Rintoul. 

* 4. Janet Bullock, b. 7 Feb. 1844, Reston, Manitobia, Canada; 

md. 20 Oct. 1865, Charles Rintoul. 

* 5. Robert Bullock, b. 1 Mar. 1846, Reston, Manitobia, Canada; 

md. 4 Oct. 1870, Maggie Caldwell. 

* 6. William Bullock, b. 20 May 1848, Reston, Manitobia, Can.; 

md. 30 May 1877, Christina Stewart. 
7. James Bullock, b. 26 Dec. 1849, Reston, Manitobia, Can. 

* 8. Ellen Bullock, b. 9 Nov. 1851, Reston, Manitobia, Canada; 

md. 4 Mar. 1880, Andrew Wilson. 

* 9. Catherine Bullock, b. 2 Jan. 1854, Reston, Manitobia, 

Canada; md. 6 June 1883, Charles Stewart. 
*10. John Bullock, b. 12 Jan. 1856, Reston, Manitobia, Canada; 

md. 31 Oct. 1882, Margaret Rintoul. 
*11. Elizabeth Bullock, by 19 Jan. 1858, Reston, Manitobia, 

Canada; md . 14 Dec. 1881, John W. Wilson. 
*12. Stewart Bullock, b. 5 Apr, 1861, Reston, Manitobia, Can.; 

md. 2 Dec. 1884, Agnes Rintoul. 



THOMAS BULLuCK, son of Thomas Bullock and Ellen Craig, was 
b. 15 July 1839, Reston, Manitobia, Canada; md. 28 April 1863, JANE 
McILRITH, at Lanark, Ontario, Canada. She was b. abt. 1843, of 
Lanark, Ontario, Canada. Thomas and Jane had the following children: 

1. Esther Bullock, b. 6 Feb. 1865, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md . 
James Munro . 

2. Ellen Bullock, b. 29 May 1866, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md. 
Andrew Caldwell. 

3. Thomas Bullock, b. 29 Sept. 1867, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md. 
Mat tie Brown. 

4. Jane Bullock, b. 4 Jan. 1868, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md . 
Walter Hall. 

5. Bella Bullock, b. 29 Oct. 1869, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md . 
David Caldwell. 

6. Phoeba Bullock, b. 1 Jan. 1871, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md . 
Robert Mackay. 

7. Charles Bullock, b. 7 Jan. 1872, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; d. 
4 Apr. 1876; unmd. 

8. Nettie Bullock, b. 25 Aug. 1873, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; d. 
2 Jan. 1876; unmd. 

9. Lizzie Bullock, b. 12 Apr. 1875, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md . 
William Munro. 

10. Nettie Bullock, b. Mar. 1877, Lanark, Ontario, Canada. 

11. Maude Bullock, b. 3 Aug. 1881, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md. 24 
Feb. 1909, Edward Lee. 



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ISABELLA BULLOCK, dau. of Thomas Bullock and Ellen Craig, was b. 
18 Sept. 1841, Reston, Manitobia, Canada; d. 26 Apr. 1910; md. 19 Dec. 
1862, JOHN R1NT0UL, at Hopetown, Ontario, Canada. He was b. abt . 1837, 
of Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; d. 24 Sept. 1878. Isabella and John had 
the following children: 

1. Ellen Rintoul, b. 19 Mar. 1865, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md. 
10 Dec. 1896, William Baird. She d. 25 Oct. 1902. 

2. Emma Rintoul, b. 5 Aug. 1867, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md. 26 
Dec. 1884, Hamilton McNeil. She d. 5 Feb. 1899. 

3. John A. Rintoul, b. 25 Sept. 1869, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; 
md. 3 Aug. 1893; d. 10 Dec. 1901. 

4. Jessie Rintoul, b. 21 Sept. 1871, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md. 
16 Dec. 1890, Isaac Mossop. 

5. Mary E. Rintoul, b. 5 Aug. 1873, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md . 
8 Dec. 1890, Israel Fisette. 

6. Thomas S. Rintoul, b. 15 Mar. 1875, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; 
md. in 1907. 

7. William N. Rintoul, b. 29 Aug. 1876, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; 
md. 5 Dec. 1906. 

8. Isabella Rintoul, b. 18 June 1878, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; 
md. 26 Dec. 1894, Duncan Ballantine. 

JANET BULLOCK, dau. of Thomas Bullock and Ellen Craig, was b. 

7 Feb. 1844, Reston, Manitobia, Canada; d. 8 Feb. 1885; md. 20 Oct. 

1865, CHARLES RINTOUL, at Reston, Manitobia, Canada. He was b. abt. 
1840, of Reston Manitobia, Canada. 

ROBERT BULLOCK, son of Thomas Bullock and Ellen Craig, was b. 
1 Mar. 1846, Reston, Manitobia, Canada; md. 4 Oct. 1870, MAGGIE CALD- 
WELL. She was b. 1852, of Reston, Manitobia, Canada. Robert and 
Maggie had the following children: 



1. Thomas A. Bullock, b. 1872, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 26 
Dec. 1900, Nellie Guthrie. 

2. John D. Bullock, b. 1874, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; d. 1885; unmd. 

3. Robert C. Bullock, b. 1878, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 29 
June 1904, Ina McDougal , at Reston, Manitoba, Canada. 

4. William H. Bullock, b. 1880, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 28 Dec. 
1904, Edith McCullough, at Reston, Manitoba, Canada. 

5. Alexander Bullock, b. 1882, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 23 Dec. 
1907, Ethel Miller. 

6. Agnes Bullock, b. 1884, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 22 Dec. 1909, 
Colin McMurchy. 

7. John D. Bullock, b. 1886, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. July 1919, 
Clara Deacon. 

8. James I. Bullock, 
Miller. 

9. Margaret Bullock, 
G.H. Henderson. 



1889, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. Nellie 
1893, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 1917, 



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WILLIAM BULLOCK, son of Thomas Bullock and Ellen Craig, was b. 
20 May 1848, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 30 May 1877, CHRISTINA 
STEWART, at Reston, Manitoba, Canada. She was b. abt . 1852, of Res- 
ton, Manitoba, Canada. 



ELLEN BULLOCK, dau . Thomas Bullock and Ellen Craig, was b. 9 
Nov. 1851, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 4 Mar. 1880, ANDREW WILSON. 
He was b. abt. 1847, Harris, Sask. , Canada; d. 25 Feb. 1909. Ellen 
and Andrew had the following children: 

1. John A. Wilson, b. 29 June, 1881, Harris, Sask., Canada. 

2. Elizabeth Wilson, b. 12 Apr. 1883, Harris, Sask., Canada. 

3. Thomas B. Wilson, b. 29 Oct. 1885, Harris, Sask., Canada. 

4. Maude B. Wilson, b. 30 May 1888, Harris, Sask., Canada. 

5. Myrtle Wilson, b. 14 June 1891, Harris, Sask., Canada. 

6. J. A. Boyd Wilson, b. 20 Mar. 1894, Harris, Sask., Canada. 



CATHERINE BULLOCK, dau. of Thomas Bullock and Ellen Craig, was 
b. 2 Jan. 1854, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 6 June 1883, CHARLES 
STEWART. He was b. abt. 1850, of Milden, Sask., Canada. Catherine 
and Charles had the following children: 

1. Jessie Stewart, b. 1 Apr. 1878, Ontario, Canada. 

2. John Stewart, b. 21 July 1880, Ontario, Canada. 

3. Thomas Stewart, b. 15 Oct. 1883, Ontario, Canada. 

4. Charles Stewart, b. 29 Jan. 1888, Ontario, Canada. 

5. Robert Stewart, b. 10 June 1890, Ontario, Canada; d. 8 May 
1904; unmd. 



JOHN BULLOCK, son of Thomas Bullock and Ellen Craig, was b. 
12 Jan. 1856, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 31 Oct. 1882, MARGARET 
RINTOUL. She was b. 1853, of Sinclair, Manitoba, Canada. John and 
Margaret had the following children: 

1. Jane Bullock, b. 31 July 1884, Sinclair, Manitoba, Canada; md. 
5 Dec. 1906, W.N. Rintoul. 

2. Jessie Bullock, b. 25 July 1887, Sinclair, Manitoba, Canada; md 
23 Dec. 1908, J.C. MoDougal, 

3. John S. Bullock, b. 18 Feb. 1891, Sinclair, Manitoba, Canada. 

4. Maggie Bullock, b„ 23 Aug. 1900, Sinclair, Manitoba, Canada. 



ELIZABETH BULLOCK, dau. of Thomas Bullock and Ellen Craig, was 
b. 19 Jan. 1858, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; d. 28 Jan. 1884; md. 14 
Dec. 1881, JOHN W. WILSON. He was b. abt. 1854, of Reston, Manitoba, 
Canada. Elizabeth and John had the following children: 

1. John B. Wilson, b. 14 Jan. 1884, Reston, Manitoba, Canada. 



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STEWART BULLOCK, son of Thomas Bullock and Ellen Craig, was b. 
5 Apr. 1861, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 2 Dec. 1884, AGNES RINTOUL. 
She was b. 29 Jan. 1866, of Sinclair, Manitoba, Canada. Stewart and 
Agnes had the following children: 

1 „ Lizzie J. Bullock, b. 8 Jan. 1886, Sinclair, Manitoba, Canada; 
md. 25 July 1906, R.D. Adams. 

2. Wilford Bullock, b. 7 July 1887, Sinclair, Manitoba, Canada. 

3. Melville W. Bullock, b. 3 Apr. 1889, Sinclair, Manitoba, Canada; 
d„ 5 Apr. 1904; unrad. 

4. George L. Bullock, b. 11 Feb. 1891, Sinclair, Manitoba, Canada. 

5. John C. Bullock, b. 1 Jan. 1893, Sinclair, Manitoba, Canada. 

6. Stewart R. Bullock, b. 1 Mar. 1898, Sinclair, Manitoba, Canada. 

7. Ernest W. Bullock, b. 10 Mar. 1905, Sinclair, Manitoba, Canada. 

8. Carman Bullock, b. 11 Feb. 1907, Sinclair, Manitoba, Canada; d. 
10 Mar. 1907; unmd. 

ISOBEL BULLOCK, dau . of Thomas Bullock and Janet Boal (Boyle), 
was b. 6 Aug. 1815, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; d. 30 Oct. 1884; md. 
1843, ANDREW ROBERTSON. He was b. abt . 1810, Hopetown, Ontario, Can- 
ada, d. 29 Mar. 1866. Isobel and Andrew had the following children: 

* 1. Mary Robertson, b. 31 Jan. 1845, Browning, Linn., Missouri; md. 
17 Apr. 1866, Charles White. 



MARY ROBERTSON, dau. of Andrew Robertson and Isobel Bullock, 
was b. 31 Jan. 1845, Browning, Linn., Missouri; md. 17 Apr. 1866, 
CHARLES WHITE. He was b. 2 Jan. 1844, of Browning, Linn., Missouri. 
Mary and Charles had the following children: 

1. Laura White, b. 9 Feb. 1867, Browning, Linn, Missouri; md. 12 
Apr. 1893, Herbert Hamilton. 

2. Eddie White, b. 14 Aug. 1868, Browning, Linn, Missouri; d. 23 
Mar. 1869. unmd. 

3. Clara White, b. 13 Feb. 1870, Browning, Linn, Missouri, d. 7 
May 1874; unmd. 

4. Jeanette White, b. 1 Mar. 1872, Browning, Linn, Missouri; md. 
30 Sept. 1894, David Bailey. 

5. Katie White, b. 14 Mar. 1874, Browning, Linn, Missouri; d. 1 
Nov. 1878: unmd. 

6. Nora E. White, b. 23 Aug. 1876, Browning, Linn, Missouri; md. 
10 Nov. 1897, James Harris. 

7. Mary White, b. 29 May 1878, Browning, Linn, Missouri, md. 22 
Feb. 1899, Beverly Gouch. 

8. Charles White, b. 30 June 1880, Browning, Linn, Missouri, d. 14 
Nov. 1883; unmd. 

9. James White, b. 18 Oct. 1881, Browning, Linn, Missouri. 

10. Nellie White, b. 25 Aug. 1884, Browning, Linn, Missouri; md. 
1903, Charles Williams. 

11. Effie White, b. 8 Dec. 1887, Browning, Linn, Missouri. 



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JOHN BULLOCK, son of Thomas Bullock and Janet Boal (Boyle), was 
chr. 24 Apr. 1819, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; d. 19 Aug. 1885, Foun- 
tain Green, Hancock, Illinois; rad. JANET ANDERSON. She was b. 1 or 
15 May 1827, Kirkintillock, Dumbartonshire, Scotland; d. 2 Feb. 1893, 
Ontario, Canada; dau, of Gilbert Anderson and Margaret Maitland. John 
and Janet had the following children: 

* 1. Margaret Bullock, b. 6 May 1845, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md. 

29 Dec. 1870, Murray Cratsenberg. 
» 2. Thomas R. Bullock, b. 10 Sept. 1847, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; 
md. 1 Mar. 1874, Frances Richardson. 
3. Gilbert Bullock, b, 26 Aug. 1850. Lanark, Ontario, Canada; d. 
17 Apr. 1886. 

* 4. John A. Bullock, b. 6 Dec. 1853, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md . 

26 Oct. 1892, Laura McDonald. 

* 5. Jessie Bullock, b. 25 Jan. 1885, Fountain Green, Hancock, 111., 

md. John Golliday. 
» 6. William W. Bullock, b. 5 Feb. 1857, Fountain Green, Hancock, 
Illinois; md. (1) 4 Jan. 1893, Clara Trimble; md. (2) 1895, 
Sophia Stanfill. 

* 7. Mary Belle Bullock, b. 16 Apr. 1859, Fountain Green, Hancock, 

Illinois; md. 24 June 1884, Mansel Wright. 

* 8. James H. Bullock, b. 16 Sept. 1862, Fountain Green, Hancock, 

Illinois; md . 10 Feb. 1887, Helen J. Knobbs. 
9. Grace Bullock, b. 27 Oct. 1864, Fountain Green, Hancock, 111.; 
d. 16 May 1874; unmd. 



MARGARET BULLOCK, dau. of John Bullock and Janet Anderson, was 
b. 6 May 1845, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md. 29 Dec. 1870, MURRAY 
CRATSENBERG, near Fountain Green, Hancock, Illinois, He was b. 25 
Dec. 1833, New York; d. 13 Apr. 1908. Margaret and Murray had the 
following children: 

1. Zilpha A. Cratsenberg, b. 30 Jan. 1872. Lanark, Ontario, Can- 
ada; d. 14 Aug. 1876; unmd. 

2. Jessie L. Cratsenberg, b. 7 Oct. 1873, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; 
d. 12 Aug. 1874; unmd. 

3. Bertha G. Cratsenberg, b. 8 Dec. 1874, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; 
md. 23 Dec. 1896, William S. Knobbs. 

4. L. Belle Cratsenberg, b. 4 Dec. 1876, Lanark, Ontario, Canada. 

5. J. Harvey Cratsenberg, b. 30 Oct. 1879, Fountain Green, Hancock, 
Illinois; md. 16 Dec. 1909, Kathryn Schroeder. 

6. Lelia M. Cratsenberg, 13 Nov. 1881, Fountain Green, Hancock, 
Illinois; d. 24 Feb. 1882; unmd. 

7. Margaret E. Cratsenberg, b. 22 June 1885, Fountain Green, Hancock, 
Illinois; md. 28 Oct. 1906, M. Carl Martin. 

8. Orpha L. Cratsenberg, b. 26 Sept. 1887, Foungain Green, Hancock, 
Illinois. 



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THOMAS R. BULLOCK, son of John Bullock and Janet Anderson, was 
b. 10 Sept. 1847, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; d. 30 July 1926; md. 1 Mar. 
1874, FRANCES RICHARDSON, at Browning, Linn, Missouri. She was b. 2 
May 1854, Browning, Linn, Missouri. Thomas and Frances had the follow- 
ing children: 

1. John Bullock, b. 1875, Browning, Linn, Missouri; deceased. 

2. (Dr.) William E. Bullock, b. 25 Mar. 1877, Browning, Linn, Mis- 
souri; md. 28 July 1905, Orpah Frederick. 

3. Grace Bullock, b. 17 Dec. 1878, Browning, Linn, Missouri; md. 
9 May 1897, Charles James, at Kirksville, Adair, Missouri. 

4. Earl Bullock, b. 26 Dec. 1886, Browning, Linn, Missouri; d. 14 
July 1897; unmd. 

JOHN A. BULLOCK, son of John Bullock and Janet Anderson, was b. 
6 Dec. 1853, Lanark, Ontario, Canada; md. 26 Oct. 1892, LAURA McDONALD, 
at Annandale, Wright, Minnesota. She was b. abt . 1857, of Annandale, 
Wright, Minnesota. John and Laura had the following children: 

1. Margarette Bullock, b. 26 Aug. 1893, Annandale, Wright, Minn. 

2. Roland Bullock, b. Apr. 1898, Annandale, Wright, Minn. 

JESSIE BULLOCK, dau . of John Bullock and Janet Anderson, was b. 
25 Jan. 1855, Fountain Green, Hancock, Illinois; d. 10 Dec. 1894; md. 
JOHN GOLLIDAY. He was b. 31 Mar. 1852, of Annandale, Wright, Minn. 
Jessie and John had the following children: 

1. Maude Golliday, b. 8 Dec. 1881, Annandale, Wright, Minn.; md. 
11 Dec. 1899, Henry Taylor. 

2. Claude Golliday, b. 16 Dec. 1882, Annandale, Wright, Minn.; d. 
2 Feb. 1883; unmd. 

3. Ida B. Golliday, b. 7 July 1886, Annandale, Wright, Minn. 

4. Maggie Golliday, b. 26 May 1893, Annandale, Wright, Minn.; d. 
2 Jan. 1894; unmd. 



WILLIAM W. BULLOCK, son of John Bullock and J a net Anderson, was 
b. 5 Feb. 1857, Fountain Green, Hancock, Illinois; d. 29 Sept. 1905, 
Douglas, Cochise, Arizona; md. (1) 4 Jan. 1893, CLARA TIMBLE, in 
Michigan. She was b. abt. 1861, of Silverton, Colorado; d. July 1893, 
Silverton, San Juan, Colorado. 

William md. (2) 1895, SOPHIA STANFILL. She was b. 1861, of 
Douglas, Cochise, Arizona. 



MARY BELLE BULLOCK, dau. of John Bullock and Janet Anderson, was 
b. 16 Apr. 1859, Fountain Green, Hancock, Illinois; md. 24 June 1884, 
MANSEL WRIGHT. He was b. 29 July 1858, La Harpe , Hancock, Illinois. 
Mary Belle and Mansel had the following children: 



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1. Bessie Wright, b. 20 Apr. 1885, La Harpe , Hancock, Illinois. 

2. Millie Wright, b. 10 Jan. 1887, La Harpe, Hancock, Illinois. 

3. Alice Wright, b. 26 Oct. 1890, La Harpe, Hancock, Illinois. 

4. Jessie Wright, b. 26 Feb. 1893, La Harpe, Hancock, Illinois. 

5. Junius Wright, b. 13 Jan. 1901, La Harpe, Hancock, Illinois. 

JAMES H. BULLOCK, son of John Bullock and Janet Anderson, was 
b. 16 Sept. 1862, Fountain Green, Hancock, Illinois; rod. 10 Feb. 
1887, HELEN J. KNOBBS , near La Crosse, Illinois. She was b. 15 Aug. 
1867, Dallas City, Hancock, Illinois; d. 23 July 1912; dau . of Zera 
W. Knobbs and Letitia Coleman. James and Helen had the following 
children: 

1. Lyle Bullock, b. 27 Nov. 1887, La Harpe, Hancock, Illinois. 

2. Velma L. Bullock, b. 5 June 1894, La Harpe, Hancock, Illinois. 



HENRY BULLOCK, son of Thomas Bullock and Janet Boal (Boyle), 
was b. May 1823, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; d. 20 July 1903, Reston, 
Manitoba, Canada; md. 1846, MARY RAYCROFT. She was b. 1827, Reston, 
Manitoba, Canada; d. 26 July 1887. Henry and Mary had the following 
children : 

* 1. Jessie Bullock, b„ 18 Mar. 1847, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md . 

4 July 1879, Joseph Lalonde. 

2. Eliza Bullock, b. 17 Feb. 1849, Reston, Manitoba, Canada. 

3. Thomas Bullock, b. 20 May 1851, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; d. 
26 Apr. 1869; unmd. 

* 4. Isabella Bullock, b. 20 May 1853, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md . 

20 May 1879, Leon Lalonde. 

* 5. Kate Bullock, b« 18 Mar. 1856, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md . 27 

Dec. 1879, Dan Currey. 
6. Mary Bullock, b. 12 June 1858, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; d. 
18 Nov. 1860; unmd. 

* 7. John Bullock, b. 11 Aug. 1860, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 

29 Dec. 1890, Mary Schouler. 
8. William Bullock, b. 11 Nov. 1862, Reston, Manitoba, Canada. 

* 9. Ellen Bullock, b. 11 May 1865, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 27 

Apr. 1889, Robert McDougal. 
10. James Bullock, b. 4 July 1867, Reston, Manitoba, Canada. 
*11. Sarah Bullock, bo 8 Oct. 1870, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 
6 Jan. 1891, Robert Barr . 



JESSIE BULLOCK, dau. of Henry Bullock and Mary Raycrof t , was b. 
18 Mar. 1847, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 4 July 1879, JOSEPH 
LALONDE. He was b. abt . 1843, of Reston, Manitoba, Canada. They had 
4 sons, and 3 daughters, data not available. 

ISABELLA BULLOCK, dau. of Henry Bullock and Mary Raycrof t , was 
b. 20 May 1853, Reston Manitoba, Canada; md. 20 May 1879, LEON 
LALONDE, at Reston, Manitoba, Canada. He was b. abt. 1849, of Reston, 
Manitoba, Canada. They had 10 children, data not available. 



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KATE BULLOCK, dau. of Henry Bullock and Mary Raycrof t , was b. 
18 Mar. 1856, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 27 Dec. 1879, DAN CURREY , 
at Reston, Manitoba, Canada. He was b. abt . 1852, of Reston, Manitoba, 
Canada. They had 1 son and 1 daughter, data not available. 

JOHN BULLOCK, son of Henry Bullock and Mary Raycrof t , was b. 11 
Aug. 1860, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md . 29 Dec. 1890, MARY SCHOULER, 
at Reston, Manitoba, Canada. She was b. abt. 1864, of Reston, Manitoba, 
Canada. They had 4 sons and 4 daughters, data not available. 

ELLEN BULLOCK, dau. of Henry Bullock and Mary Raycroft, was b. 
11 May 1865, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 27 Apr. 1889, ROBERT 
McDOUGAL, at Reston, Manitoba, Canada. He was b. abt. 1861, of Reston, 
Manitoba, Canada. They had 3 daughters, data not available. 

SARAH BULLOCK, dau. of Henry Bullock and Mary Raycroft, was b. 
9 Oct. 1870, Reston, Manitoba, Canada; md. 6 Jan. 1891, ROBERT BARR, 
at Reston, Manitoba. He was b. abt 1866, of Reston, Manitoba, Canada. 
They had 3 sons and 3 daughters, data not available. 

JANET BULLOCK, dau. of Thomas Bullock and Janet Boal (Boyle), 
was b. 1826, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada. She md. 11 Feb. 1848, JAMES 
ANDERSON, at Lanark, Ontario, Canada. He was b. abt. 1826, of Lanark, 
Ontario, Canada; son of Gilbert Anderson and Margaret Maitland. Janet 
and James had the following children: 

* 1. Gilbert Anderson, b. 16 June 1849, Kippen , Ontario, Canada; md. 

21 June 1874, Orra Alexander. 

* 2. Janet Anderson, b. 11 Sept. 1850, Kippen, Ontario, Canada; md. 

25 Jan. 1875, William French. 

3. Margaret Anderson, b. 16 Apr. 1852, Kippen, Ontario, Canada; d. 

22 Oct. 1873. 

4. James Anderson, b. 16 Apr. 1854, Kippen, Ontario, Canada; d. 12 
July 1855; unrad. 

* 5. Isabella Anderson, b. 20 Apr. 1857, Kippen, Ontario, Canada; md . 

19 Feb. 1879, J.W. Hawkins. 

6. Thomas Anderson, b. 15 Sept. 1859, Enterprise, Missouri, d. 8 
Oct. 1859; unmd. 

* 7. Mary Anderson, b. 23 Jan. 1861, Enterprise, Missouri; md. S.N. 

Thompson. 

* 8. Robert H. Anderson, b. 10 Aug. 1863, Enterprise, Missouri; md . 

20 Jan. 1887, Belle Brundage . 

* 9. Agnes C. Anderson, b. 13 Mar. 1866, Enterprise, Missouri; md. 

2 Nov. 1887, William McConnell. 



GILBERT ANDERSON, son of James Anderson and Janet Bullock, was b. 
16 June 1849, Kippen, Ontario, Canada; md. 21 June 1874, ORRA ALEXANDER, 
at Enterprise, Missouri. She was b. abt. 1853, of Enterprise, Missouri. 



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JANET ANDERSON, dau , of James Anderson and Janet Bullock, was 
b. 11 Sept. 1850, Kippen, Ontario, Canada. She md. 25 Jan. 1850, 
WILLIAM FRENCH, at Enterprise, Missouri. He was b. abt . 1846, of 
Enterprise, Missouri. 

ISABELLA ANDERSON, dau. of James Anderson and Janet Bullock, 
was b. 20 Apr. 1857, Kippen, Ontario, Canada; d. 3 Mar. 1880; md. 
19 Feb. 1879, J.W. HAWKINS, at Enterprise, Missouri. He was b. abt. 
1853, of Enterprise, Missouri. Isabella and J.W. had the following 
children: 

1. Anna Hawkins, b. 3 Feb. 1880, Enterprise, Missouri; d. 25 June 
1880; unmd. 



MARY ANDERSON, dau. of James Anderson and Janet Bullock, was b. 
23 Jan. 1861, Enterprise, Missouri; md. S.N. THOMPSON, at Browning. 
Linn, Missouri. He was b. 16 June 1847, of Browning, Linn, Missouri, 
Mary and S.N. had the following children: 

1. Irl Thompson, b. 5 June 1894, Browning, Linn, Missouri. 

2. Leonard Thompson, b. 12 Apr. 1896, Browning, Linn, Missouri. 

3. Harold Thompson, b. 18 Apr. 1898, Browning, Linn, Missouri. 

4. Rex Thompson, b. 3 July 1900, Browning, Linn, Missouri. 



ROBERT H. ANDERSON, son of James Anderson and Janet Bullock, was 
b. 10 Aug. 1863, Enterprise, Missouri; md. 20 Jan. 1887, BELLE 
BRUNDAGE, at Sheldon, Ransom, North Dakota. She was b. abt. 1859, 
of Sheldon, Ransom, North Dakota. 



AGNES C. ANDERSON, dau. of James Anderson and Janet Bullock, was 
b. 13 Mar. 1866, Enterprise, Missouri; md. 2 Nov. 1887, WILLIAM Mc- 
CONNELL. He was b. 2 Nov. 1858, of Sheldon, Ransom, North Dakota. 
Agnes and William had the following children: 

1. Lulu McConnell, b. 21 Aug. 1888, Sheldon, Ransom, North Dakota. 

2. James McConnell, b. 6 July 1890, Sheldon, Ransom, North Dakota. 

3. Harold McConnell, b. 11 Oct. 1892, Sheldon, Ransom, North Dakota; 
d. 4 Mar. 1893; unmd. 

4. Jean McConnell, b. 25 Dec. 1893, Sheldon, Ransom, North Dakota; 
d. 5 July 1895; unmd. 

5. J. Elton McConnell, b. 27 May 1897, Sheldon, Ransom, North Dak- 
ota; d. 30 Jan. 1898; unmd. 

6. Helen R. McConnell, b. 14 Mar. 1903, Sheldon, Ransom, North Dak- 
ota. 

7. Florence McConnell, b. 14 Sept. 1905, Sheldon, Ransom, North 
Dakota. 



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ARCHIBALD 13ULL0CK , son of Thomas Bullock and Janet Boal (Boyle) 
was b. abt. 1828, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada. He md. JANE BOYLE in 
Ontario, Canada. She was b. abt. 1830, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada. 
Archibald and Jane had the following children: 

* 1. Jeanie Bullock, b. 1848, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md. Harry 

Dickinson. 

* 2. Nettie Bullock, b. abt. 1850, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md . Mr. 

Crosby. 
3. Thomas B. Bullock, b. abt. 1852, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada. 

* 4. Margaret Bullock, b. 20 Apr. 1854, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md, 

20 Jan. 1874, A. A. Hayes. 
5. James Bullock, b. abt. 1856, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; d. in 
infancy . 

* 6. Belle Bullock, b. abt. 1858, in Illinois; md. 8 May 1882, Jospeh 

Knifong. 

* 7. Katie Bullock, b. abt. 1860, in Illinois; md. Mr. Nickel. 



JEANIE BULLOCK, dau. of Archibald Bullock and Jane Boyle, was 
b. 1848, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md. HARRY DICKINSON. He was b. 
abt. 1844, of Browning, Linn, Missouri. Jeanie and Harry had the fol- 
lowing children: 

1. Lorenzo A. Dickinson, b. 21 Nov. 1870, Browning, Linn, Missouri. 

2. Etta Dickinson, b. 11 Sept. 1872, Browning, Linn, Missouri; md. 
Mr. Lantz. 

3. Mary Dickinson, b. 6 Sept. 1877, Browning, Linn, Missouri; md. 
Mr. Packer. 

4. Jennie Dickinson, b. 26 Aug. 1880, Browning, Linn, Missouri; md. 
Mr. Glaze. 

5. William H. Dickinson, b. 15 Oct. 1885, Browning, Linn, Missouri. 

6. Artie Dickinson, b. 9 Oct. 1891, Browning, Linn, Missouri; md. 
Mr. Calhoun. 



NETTIE BULLOCK, dau. of Archibald Bullock and Jane Boyle, was b. 
abt. 1850, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md. Mr. Crosby. He was b. abt. 
1846, of Purdy, Barry, Missouri. Nettie and Mr. Crosby had the follow- 
ing children: 

1. Maggie Crosby, b. abt. 1884, Purdy, Barry, Missouri. 

2. Myrtle Crosby, b. abt. 1886, Purdy, Barry, Missouri. 

3. Earl Crosby, b. 1888, Purdy, Barry, Missouri. 

4. Artie Crosby, b. 1889, Purdy, Barry, Missouri. 

5. Mary Crosby, b. 1891, Purdy, Barry, Missouri. 

6. Mable Crosby, b. 1895, Purdy, B a rry , Missouri. 



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MARGARET BULLOCK, dau. of Archibald Bullock and Jane Beyle, was 
b. 20 Apr. 1854, Hope town, Ontario, Canada; md. 2 Jan. 1374, A. A. 
HAYES, in Linn Co., Missouri. He was b. 11 Sept. 1843, in Michigan. 
Margaret and A. A. had the following children: 

1. Cora Hayes, b. 3 June 1877, Linn Co., Missouri; md . Russell 
Chastain. 

2. Edwin L. Hayes, b. 27 Oct. 1878, Linn Co., Missouri; rad. 
Carrie Hewett. 

3. Martha Hayes, b. abt. 1880, Linn Co., Missouri; deceased. 

4. Justin Hayes, b. abt. 1882, Linn Co., Missouri; deceased. 

5. Maggie Hayes, b. 23 Mar. 1884, Linn Co., Missouri; md. 
Guy Westevelt. 

6. Gertrude Hayes, b. 29 Aug. 1886, Linn Co., Missouri. 

7. Mable Hayes, b. 2 June 1889, Linn Co., Missouri. 

8. Noble L. Hayes, b. 15 Dec. 1891, Norman, Cleveland, Okla. 

9. Nora Hayes, b. 5 Feb. 1895, Norman, Cleveland, Oklahoma. 



BELLE BULLOCK, dau. of Archibald Bullock and Jane Boyle, was 
b. abt. 1858, in Illinois; md . 8 Mar. 1882, JOSEPH KNIFONG, at Brown- 
ing, Linn, Missouri. He was b. 25 Mar. 1851, of Browning, Linn, 
Missouri. Belle and Joseph had the following children: 

1. Clarence J. Knifong, b. 11 May 1883, Browning, Linn, Missouri. 



KATIE BULLOCK, dau. of Archibald Bullock and Jane Boyle, was b. 
abt. 1860, in Illinois; md. Mr. Nickel. He was b. abt. 1856, of 
V/inigan, Sullivan, Missouri. 

MARGARET BULLOCK, dau. of Thomas Bullock and Janet Boal (Boyle), 
was b. abt. 1830, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md . PETER KING, in Ont- 
ario, Canada. He was b. abt 1826, Hopetown , Ontario, Canada. Margaret 
and Peter had the following children: 

1. Jeannette King, b. 1853, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; md . June 
1876, Richard Thompson, in Illinois. 

2. Andrew King, b. 1855, Hopetown, Ontario, Camida . 

ANDREW BULLOCK, son of Thomas Bullock and Janet Boal (Boyle), 
was b. 9 Apr. 1832, Hopetown, Ontario, Canada; d. 16 Feb. 1906, 
Annandale, Wright, Minnesota; md. 5 May 1854, ELIZA RAYCROFT , at 
Hopetown, Ontario, Canada. She was b. abt. 1836, of Hopetown, Ont- 
ario, Canada; d. 24 July 1902. Andrew and Eliza had the following 
children: 

* 1. Thomas F. Bullock, b. 2 Jan. 1856, Annandale, Wright, Minnesota; 
md. 17 July 1879, Ida Rackliff. 



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* 2. Sarah Bullock, b. 5 Aug. 1858, Annandale, Wright, Minnesota; md. 

8 Apr. 1879, J.W. Rogers. 

* 3. William H. Bullock, b. 5 Jan. 1862, Annandale, Wright, Minnesota; 

md . Kate Rogers. 

* 4. Edward Bullock, b. 11 July 1866, Annandale, Wright, Minnesota; md . 

(1) 11 Oct. 1894, Delia Howard; md . (2) 2 Jan. 1907, Nettie Travis, 

THOMAS P. BULLOCK, son of Andrew Bullock and Eliza Raycrof t , was 
b. 2 Jan. 1856, Annandale, Wright, Minnesota; d. 17 July 1908; md . 17 
July 1879, IDA RACKLIFF. She was b. 7 June 1861, of Annandale, Wright, 
Minnesota. Thomas and Ida had the following children: 

1. Effie Bullock, b. 19 May 1880, Annandale, Wright, Minnesota; md . 
20 July 1898, Peter Houchins . 

2. Ethel Bullock, b. 30 Nov. 1889, Annandale, Wright, Minnesota. 

SARAH BULLOCK, dau . of Andrew Bullock and Eliza Raycrof t, was 
b. 5 Aug. 1858, Annandale, Wright, Minnesota; md. 8 Apr. 1879, J.W. 
ROGERS, at Annandale, Wright, Minnesota. He was b. abt . 1854, of 
Annandale, Wright, Minnesota. Sarah and J.W. had the following child- 
ren: 

1. Iva Rogers, b. 8 June 1880, Annandale, Wright, Minnesota; md. 
William Kearney. 

2. Lula Rogers, b. 8 Aug. 1884, Annandale, Wright, Minnesota; d. 
27 Aug. 1889; unmd . 

3. Don Edward Rogers, b. 8 Aug. 1891, Annandale, Wright, Minnesota. 



WILLIAM H. BULLOCK, son of Andrew Bullock and Eliza Raycrof t, 
was b. 5 Jan. 1862, Annandale, Wright, Minnesota; md. KATE ROGERS. 
She was b. 18 Sept. 1865, of Maple Lake, Wright , Minnesota. William 
and Kate had the following children: 

1. Nellie Bullock, b. 30 May 1889, Maple Lake, Wright, Minnesota. 

2. Clifford Bullock, b. 1 Jan. 1892, Maple Lake, Wright, Minne- 
sota. 

3. Loren Bullock, b. 9 Feb. 1896, Maple Lake, Wright, Minnesota. 

4. Jed Bullock, b. 27 July 1899, Maple Lake, Wright, Minnesota. 

5. Harold Bullock, b. abt. 1901, Maple Lake, Wright, Minnesota. 



EDWARD BULLOCK, son of Andrew Bullock and Eliza Raycrof t, was 

b. 11 July 1866, Annandale, Wright, Minnesota; md. (1) 11 Oct. 1894, 

DELLA HOWARD, at Annandale, Wright, Minnesota. She was b. abt. 1862, 

of Annandale, Minnesota; d. 12 Apr. 1895. 

Edward md . (2) 2 Jan. 1907, NETTIE TRAVIS. She was b. abt. 1862, 
of Oilman , Benton, Minnesota. Edward and Nettie had issue: 

1. Sarah Ellen Bullock, b. 17 Oct. 1907, Gilman, Benton, Minnesota. 

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CHAPTER VII 



COLLATERAL LINES OF MARY HILL 



This chapter is devoted to Mary Hill's uncles and aunts immed- 
iate families; and to her brothers and sisters immediate families. 
In order that clarity may be maintained by the reader the family 
group of Daniel Hill and Mary Campbell, Mary's grandparents, is 
given; followed by her uncles and aunts families. Then the family 
group of Alexander Hill and Elizabeth Currie (Curry), Mary's parents, 
is given; followed by her brothers and sisters family groups. 

DANIEL HILL, son of William Hill, was b. abt . 1753, of Skip- 
ness, Argyllshire, Scotland; md. MARY CAMPBELL. She was b. abt. 1757, 
of Skipness, Argyllshire, Scotland. Daniel and Mary had the follow- 
ing children: 

* 1. (X) Alexander Hill, b. 1 Aug. 1779, Skipness, Argyllshire, 

Scotland; md. 20 May 1806, Elizabeth Currie (Curry). 

* 2. Archibald Hill, b. abt. 1783, Skipness, Argyllshire, Scotland; 

md. 20 June 1809, Ann McLauchlan. 

* 3. Mary Hill, chr. 11 Aug. 1785, Skipness, Argyllshire, Scotland; 

md. 16 Feb. 1811, Peter McNulty. 

* 4. Isobell Hill, chr. 15 Apr. 1790, Middle Dist., Greenock, Ren- 

frewshire, Scotland; md. 15 July 1814, David Boyle. 

* 5. Martha Hill, b. 1801, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; md. 7 

July 1820, Robert McCormick. 



ALEXANDER HILL - this family group is listed after his brother 
and sister's groups are given. 



ARCHIBALD HILL, son of Daniel Hill and Mary Campbell, was b. 
abt. 1783, Skipness, Argyllshire, Scotland; md. 20 June 1809, ANN 
McLAUCHLAN, at Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. She was b. abt. 1788, 
of Abbey Renfrewshire, Scotland. Archibald and Ann had the following 
children: 

1. Ann Hill, b. 3 June 1811, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; chr. 
9 June 1811, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 



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MARY HILL, dau. of Daniel Hill and Mary Campbell, was chr. 11 
Aug. 1785, Skipness, Argyllshire, Scotland; md. 16 Feb. 1811, PETER 
McNULTY, at Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland, He was b. abt . 1780, in 
Ireland. Mary and Peter had the following children: 

1. Mary McNulty, b. 13 Dec. 1811, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 
chr. 29 Dec. 1811, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

2. Peter McNulty, b. 20 Nov. 1814, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 
chr. 11 Dec. 1814, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

3. Ann McNulty, b. 2;5 Nov. 1816, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 
chr. 1 Dec. 1816, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

4. Susanna McNulty, b. 14 June 1819, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 
chr. 27 June 1819, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

5. Martha Hill McNulty, b. 13 Dec. 1823, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scot- 
land; chr. 21 Dec. 1823, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 



ISOBELL HILL, dau. of Daniel Hill and Mary Campbell, was b. 12 
Apr. 1790, Middle Dist., Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland; chr. 15 
Apr. 1790, Middle Dist., Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland; md. 15 
July 1814, DAVID BOYLE, a t Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. He was b. 
abt. 1789, of Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. Isobell and David had 
the following children: 

1. Jean Speir Boyle, b. 26 Nov. 1814, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scot- 
land; chr. 11 Dec. 1814, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

2. Mary Boyle, b. 5 Feb. 1816 Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; chr. 
19 Feb. 1816, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

3. James Boyle, b. 10 Jan. 1818, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; chr. 
25 Jan. 1818, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

4. Mr. Boyle, b. 9 June 1820, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; chr. 
2 July 1820, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

5. Robert Boyle, b. 15 Dec. 1822, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 
chr. 1 Jan. 1823, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

6. Archibald Boyle, b. 20 Aug. 1825, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 
chr. 18 Sept. 1825, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

7. David Boyle, b. abt. 1827, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; d„ 
1893. 



MARTHA HILL, dau. of Daniel Hill and Mary Campbell, was b. 1801, 
Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; md. 7 July 1820, ROBERT McCORMICK, 
at Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. He was b. 1801, of Johnston, Renfrew- 
shire, Scotland; son of Robert McCormick. Martha and Robert had the 
following children: 

1. Mary McCormick, b. 6 Oct. 1820, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 
chr. 15 Oct. 1820, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

2. Anne McCormick, b. 3 July 1822, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 
chr. 21 July 1822, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

3. Martha McCormick, b. 18 May 1825, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 
chr. 12 June 1825, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

4. Robert McCormick, b. 18 Dec. 1826, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scot- 
land; chr. 4 Jan. 1827, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; md. 27 
Dec. 1852, Maria Taylor. 



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5. Margaret McCormick, b. 1829, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

6. John McCormick, b. 20 July 1835, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 
chr. 13 Aug. 1835, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

ALEXANDER HILL, son of Daniel Hill and Mary Campbell, was b. 1 
Aug. 1779, Skipness, Argyllshire, Scotland; d. 16 May 1867, Wells- 
ville, Cache, Utah; bur. May 1867, Salt Lake City cemetery, Salt Lake, 
Utah; md. 30 May 1806, ELIZABETH CURRIE (CURRY) , at Johnston, Renfrew- 
shire, Scotland. She was b. 29 Oct. 1775, Greenock, Renfrewshire, 
Scotland; d. 3 Aug. 1885, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; bur. Aug. 
1885, Salt Lake City cemetery, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. of John Currie 
and Agnes McKinlay. Alexander and Elizabeth had the following children: 

* 1. Daniel Hill, b, 2 Apr. 1807, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 

chr. 12 Apr. 1807, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; md. (1) 23 Mar. 
1833, Elizabeth Bryce; md . (2) 6 May 1872, Amelia Emily Mallby 
(Milberg); md . (3) 9 Nov. 1874, Fredericka Peterson. 

* 2. Agnes Hill, b. 6 June 1808, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; md . 

1831, John Kenny Richards. 

* 3. Alexander Hill, Jr., b. 1 Mar. 1811, Johnston, Renfrewshire, 

Scotland; chr. 10 Mar. 1811, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; md . (1) 
6 Apr. 1832, Agnes Hood; md. (2) 27 Dec. 1852, Harriet Bradshaw; 
md. (3) 28 Jan. 1857, Mary Meiklejohn; md. (4) 16 Jan. 1864, Paul- 
ine Margaretta Hanson; md . (5) 12 Aug. 1872, Elizabeth Burnett. 

* 4. (X) Mary Hill, b. 16 July 1812, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; 

chr. 9 Aug. 1812, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; md. (1) 28 Mar. 
1836, James Bullock; md. (2) 1853, Orson Spencer. 

* 5. John Hill, b. 26 Jan. 1814, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; chr. 

6 Feb. 1814, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; md. (1) 1837, Margaret 
Bryce; md. (2) 7 Mar. 1857, Harriet Quin; md . (3) 26 Nov. 1859, 
Agnes Steele. 

* 6. Archibald Newell Hill, b. 20 Aug. 1816, Johnston, Renfrewshire, 

Scotland; chr. 25 Aug. 1816, Abbey Renfrewshire, Scotland; md . 
(1) 21 Feb. 1840, Isabella Hood; md. (2) 12 July 1851, Margaret 
Fotheringham; md. (3) 25 Dec. 1855, Mary Emma Milam; md. (4) 7 
Mar. 1857, Caroline Graham 5 md. (5) 22 Jan. 1872, Mary House. 

* 7. Elizabeth Hill, b. 17 Sept. 1818, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scot- 

land; chr. 27 Sept. 1818, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; md. 
1845, William Swapp, Jr, 

DANIEL HILL, son of Alexander Hill and Elizabeth Currie (Curry), 
was b. 2 Apr. 1807, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; chr. 12 Apr. 
1807, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; d. 21 July 1881, Wellsville, 
Cache, Utah; bur. July 1881, Wellsville, Cache, Utah; md. (1) 23 
Mar. 1833, ELIZABETH BRYCE, at Tosorontio Township, Simcoe, Ontario, 
Canada. She was b„ 9 Jan. 1815, Lanarkshire, Scotland; d. 12 June 
1885, Wellsville, Cache, Utah; bur. June 1885, Wellsville, Cache, 
Utah; dau. of Robert Bryce and Elizabeth Gardner. Daniel and Eliz- 
abeth had the following children % 



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1. Alexander B. Hill, b. 20 Sept. 1834, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; 
d. 21 Nov. 1904; md. 1857, Eliza J. Wimner. 

2. child Hill, b. 5 Feb. 1837, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; d. 14 Feb. 
1837; unmd. 

3. Elizabeth B. Hill, b. 14 Feb. 1838, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; d. 
Oct. 1908; md. (1) 1856, John Gardner; md . (2) 2 June 1860, Wil- 
liam Harrison Maughan. 

4. Robert Brice Hill, b. 30 Aug. 1840, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; d. 

14 Oct. 1916; md. 10 Apr. 1859, Margaret Calendar Gardner. 

5. Margaret B. Hill, b. 10 Aug. 1842, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; d. 
6 Sept. 1846; unmd. 

6. Daniel Brice Hill, b. 8 May 1845, Nauvoo , Hancock, Illinois; d. 

22 July 1922; md . (1) 20 Jan. 1865, Jane Leishman; md. (2) 9 
Apr. 1880, Margaret R. Stewart. 

7. John B. Hill, b. abt . 1848, Waterloo, Black Hawk, Iowa; d. in 
infancy; unmd. 

8. William John Hill, b. 12 Mar. 1851, Warsaw, Hancock, Illinois; 
d. 21 Oct. 1909; md. 18 Dec. 1871, Georgiana Ensign. 

9. Archibald Brice Hill, b. 7 Oct. 1853, Mill Creek, Salt Lake, 
Utah; d. 4 Jan. 1923; md. 25 Dec. 1878, Mary Elizabeth Stoddard. 

10. Guy Heber B. Hill, b. 26 Mar. 1856, Mill Creek, Salt Lake, Utah. 

Daniel Hill md. (2) 6 May 1872, AMELIA EMILY MALLBY (MILBERG) . 
She was b. 29 Jan. 1836, Westerwick, Calmar , Sweden; d. 26 or 27 Jan. 
1910, Wellsville, Cache, Utah; dau. of Gustav Mallby and Charlotte 
Lindgren. Daniel and Amelia Emily had the following children; 

1. Charles M. Hill, b. 24 Apr. 1873, Wellsville, Cache, Utah; d. 

15 Aug. 1875; unmd. 

2. Joseph M. Hill, b. 31 Dec. 1874, Wellsville, Cache, Utah; d. 

23 Apr. 1875; unmd. 



Daniel Hill md. (3) 9 Nov. 1874, FREDERICKA PETERSON. She was b. 
23 Jan. 1846, Norskoping , Ostergotland , Sweden; d. 17 Feb. 1915, 
Wellsville, Cache, Utah; bur. Feb. 1915, Wellsville, Cache, Utah; 
dau. of Jens Peterson and Anna Maria Johnson. Daniel and Fredericka 
had the following children: 

1. Frederick Hill, b. 25 Dec. 1875, Wellsville, Cache, Utah; d. 16 
Mar. 1939; md. 22 July 1901, Margaret Jane Powell. 

2. Mary Agnes Hill, b. 10 June 1877, Wellsville, Cache, Utah; md. 
Mr. Peterson. 

3. Lillie Charlotte Hill, b, 18 Oct. 1880, Wellsville, Cache, Utah; 
md. Charles F. Rice. 



AGNES HILL, dau. of Alexander Hill and Elizabeth Currie (Curry), 
was b. 6 June 1808, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; d. 30 Mar, 
1886, Mendon, Cache, Utah; bur. Mar. 1886, Mendon, Cache, Utah; md. 
1831, JOHN KENNY RICHARDS, at Bathurst , Lanark, Ontario, Canada. He 
was b. 16 May 1805, Quebec, Quebec, Canada; d. 15 Nov. 1889, Mendon, 



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Cache, Utah; bur. Nov. 1889, Mendon, Cache, Utah; son of John Wilson 
Richards and Marie Angelique Kenny. Agnes and John had the following 
children: 

1. Elizabeth Richards, b. 13 Jan. 1832, Bathurst , Lanark, Ontario, 
Canada; d. 16 Apr. 1832; unmd. 

2. John Richards, b. 1834, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; d. 1834; unmd. 

3. Elizabeth Angelique Richards, b. 22 July 1835, Toronto, Ontario, 
Canada; d. 2 Jan. 1926; md. 27 July 1854, Manning Rowe . 

4. Mary Richards, b. 14 May 1837, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; d. 17 
May 1902; md. 2 Nov. 1856, James P. Terry. 

5. John Richards, b. 2 June 1839, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; d. 
27 Sept. 1861; unmd. 

6. Joseph Hill Richards, b. 5 Dec. 1841, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; 
d. 3 July 1924; md. (l) 9 Nov. 1867, Mary Willie; md. (2) 11 Dec. 
1878, Martha Jane Quinn. 

7. Agnes Richards, b. 2 Nov. 1843, Nauvoo , Hancock, Illinois; md. 
18 Jan. 1861, George W. Baker. 

8. Rachel Richards, b. 27 July 1847., near Montrose, Lee, Iowa; d. 
18 May 1925; md. 25 Dec. 1865, Jarvis Young Baker. 

9. Hyrum Thomas Richards, b. 22 Mar. 1849, Honey Creek, Pottawatt- 
amie, Iowa; d. 18 Oct. 1915; md . 18 Apr. 1876, Agnes Muir. 

10. Alexander Willard Hill Richards, b. 10 Nov. 1851, Mill Creek, 
Salt Lake, Utah; md. (l) 10 Apr. 1876, Sena Sorensen; md. (2) 
Elizabeth McDonald. 

11. (Dr.) Daniel Brigham Hill Richards, b. 14 Nov. 1853, Mill Creek, 
Salt Lake, Utah; d. July 1939; md. (l) 1 Nov. 1883, Marie Soren- 
sen; md. (2) 3 Sept. 1902, Hester Telle Cannon; md. (3) 3 Oct. 
1923, Aurelia Franziska Jarius. 



ALEXANDER HILL, Jr., son of Alexander Hill and Elizabeth Currie 
(Curry), was b. 1 Mar. 1811, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; chr . 10 
Mar. 1811, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; d. 8 Feb. 1889, Mill Creek, 
Salt Lake, Utah; bur. Feb. 1889, Salt Lake City cemetery, Salt Lake, 
Utah; md. (l) 6 Apr. 1832, AGNES HOOD, at Tosorontio Township, Simcoe , 
Ontario, Canada. She was b. 5 Mar. 1811, Perth, Perth, Scotland; d. 
16 Feb. 1872, Mill Creek, Salt I*ake , Utah; bur. Feb. 1872, Salt Lake 
City cemetery, Salt Lake, Utah; dan. of Janes Hood and Margaret Bislen. 
Alexander and Agnes had the following children: 

1. Margaret Hill, b. 1833, Toronto, York, Ontario, Canada, d. young. 

2. Margaret Ann Hill, b. 1 May 1834, Dalhousie , prob. Lanark, Canada; 
md. (1) 1854, Robert Caldwell; md. (2) 18 Dec. 1863, George Marlin 
White. 

3. Alexander Hood Hill, b. 18 Jan. 1336, Toronto, York, Ontario; md. 
19 Jan. 1857, Jane Duncan Park. 

4. James Hood Hill, b. 9 Dec. 1837, Toronto, York, Ontario; md. (1) 
7 Jan. 1860, Christene Sorensen; md . (2) 20 Nov. 1911, Harriet 
Carr . 

5. William Hood Hill, b. 22 Feb. 1840, Toronto, York, Ontario; md. 
(1) 1 Jan. 1860, Mary Caroline Sorensen; md. (2) 14 Feb. 1870, 
Elizabeth N. Hamilton. 



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6. Elizabeth Hill, b. 22 Feb. 1840, Toronto, York, Ontario, Canada; md. 
19 Jan. 1856, John Duncan Park. 

7. Maroni Hood Hill, b. 19 May or 2 June 1842, Toronto, York, Ontario, 
Canada; d. 26 May 1853; unmd. 

8. Agnes Hood Hill, b. 16 Jan. 1845, Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois; nd . 26 
Nov. 1862, Hugh D. Park. 

9. Nephi Hood Hill, b. 1847, Quincy, Adams, Illinois; d. 1848; unmd. 

10. Isabella Hood Hill, b. 18 Aug. 1849, Pinebluffs, Laramie, Wyoming; 
md. 28 Nov. 1870, James Campbell Hamilton. 

11. Joseph Robert Hill, b. 8 Feb. 1852, Mill Creek, Salt Lake, Utah; 
md. 1895, Catherine King. 

12. Jane Mary Hill, b. 18 Jan. 1855, Mill Creek, Salt Lake, Utah; md . 
16 Nov. 1874, Christian Sorensen. 

13. Hyrum Hood Hill, b. 25 June 1857, Mill Creek, Salt Lake, Utah; 
md. 18 Nov. 1884, Mary Ann Sorensen. 

Alexander Hill, Jr. md. (2) 27 Dec. 1852, HARRIET BRADSHAW, in 
the Salt Lake Endowment House, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 7 Jan. 1809, 
Shellfield, Green, Warwickshire, England; d. 17 June 1889; dau . of 
John Bradshaw and Mary Vaughn. She md. (1) John Burton; md. (3) Joseph 
Race. She was divorced from Alexander Hill, Jr. 

Alexander Hill, Jr. md. (3) 28 Jan. 1857, MARY MEIKLEJOHN v in the 
Salt Lake Endowment House, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 29 July 1842, 
Vale of Leven, Dumburlocshire , Scotland; d. 5 Oct. 1902; dau. of Rob- 
ert Meiklejohn and Mary McLachlon. She md. (2) Mr. Smith. 

Alexander Hill, Jr. md. (4) 16 Jan. 1864, PAULINE MARGARETTA 
HANSON, in the Salt Lake Endowment House, Salt Lake, Utah. She was 
b. 12 Mar. 1828, Selland Co., Denmark; dau. of Lars Hanson and Annie 

Elizabeth . She had md. (1) Mr. Jensen; md. (2) Mr. Ras- 

mussen. 

Alexander Hill, Jr. md. (5) 12 Aug. 1872, ELIZABETH BURNETT, in 
the Salt Lake Endowment House, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 11 Oct. 
1833, Beshopstorlf ord , Hertfordshire, England; dau. of James Burnett 
and Mary Edwards . 

JOHN HILL, son of Alexander Hill and Elizabeth Cume (Curry), was 
b. 26 Jan. 1814, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; chr. 6 Feb. 1814, 
Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; d. 30 Aug. 1863, bet. Wellsville and 
Hyrum, Cache, Utah; bur. Sept. 1863, Salt Lake City cemetery, Salt Lake, 
Utah; md. (l) 1837, MARGARET BRYCE (BRICE) , in Toronto, York, Canada. 
She was b. 14 Dec. 1816, Calton, Barony, Lanark, Scotland, chr. 5 Jan. 
1817, Calton, Barony, Scotland, d. 14 Nov. 1858, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah; bur. Nov. 1858, Salt Lake City cemetery, Salt Lake, Utah; 
dau. of Robert Bryce and Elizabeth Gardner. John and Margaret had the 
following children: 

1. Elizabeth Brice Hill, b. 15 Dec. 1839, Tosorontio Township, Sim- 
coe, Ontario. Canada; d. young; unmd. 



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2. Mary Drice Hill, bo 25 Jan. 1841, Tosorontio Township, Simcoe, 
Ontario, Canada; cid. 13 Feb. 1858, Daniel Duncan Mc Arthur. 

3. Isabella Drice Hill, b. 12 Jan. 1843, Nauvoo , Hancock, Illinois; 
d. Dec. 1844; unmd. 

4. John Drice Hill, b. 17 Mar. 1846, Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois; 
md. 14 Dec. 1876, Margerie Kerr. 

5. Margaret Drice Hill, b. 28 Nov. 1848, Honey Creek, Pottawatomie, 
Iowa; md. 20 Jan. 1865, Joseph Smith Hall. 

6. Sarah Drice Hill, b. 9 Oct. 1850, Sugarhouse , Salt Lake, Utah; 
md. 30 Nov. 1868, Dradford Kenedy Dird. 

7. Agnes Christy Drice Hill, b. 20 Jan. 1853, Sugarhouse, Salt Lake, 
Utah; d. 9 Oct. 1868; unmd. 

8. Martha Ann Brice Hill, b. 19 May 1856, Sugarhouse, Salt Lake , Utah; 
md, (1) Sept. 1873, Alex D. Hill; md. (2) 1888, Frank T. Under- 
wood; md. (3) 10 Dec. 1901, Ernest T. Underwood. 

9. Robert Brice Hill, b. 7 Nov. 1858, Sugarhouse, Salt Lake, Utah; d. 
7 May 1859; unmd. 

John Hill nd. (2) 7 Mar. 1857, Harriet Wuin. 

John Hill nd. (3) 26 Nov. 1859, AGNES STEELE, in the Salt Lake En- 
dowment House, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 25 Dec. 1833, Galston, Ayr- 
shire, Scotland; d. 11 Nov. 1904, Mendon , Cache, Utah; bur. Nov. 1904, 
Mendon cemetery, Cache, Utah; dau . of Hamilton Steele and Jane or Jean 
Morton. Agnes md. (2) 19 Nov. 1364, Amenzo White Daker. John Hill and 
Agnes Steele had the following children % 

1. Jane Morton Hill, b. 23 Sept. 1860, Wellsville, Cache, Utah; md. 
14 Oct. 1882, Joseph John Hill. 

2. Jeannette Steele Hill (twin), b. 18 Jan. 1862, Wellsville, Cache, 
Utah; md. 26 Aug. 1880, Charles Washington Hill. 

3. Archibald Steele Hill (twin), b. 18 Jan. 1862, Wellsville, Cache, 
Utah; d. 9 Dec. 1877; unmd. 

4. Frances Steele Hill, b. 30 June 1863, Wellsville, Cache, Utah; 
md. 26 Oct. 1882, Charles Washington Hill. 

ARCHIDALD NEWELL HILL, son of Alexander Hill and Elizabeth Currie 
(Curry), was b. 20 Aug. 1816, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; chr. 
25 Aug. 1816, Abbey, Renfrewshire , Scotland; d. 2 Jan. 1900, Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, Utah; bur. Jan. 1900, Salt Lake City cemetery, Salt 
Lake, Utah; md. (1) 21 Feb. 1840, ISABELLA HOOD, in Tosorontio Town- 
ship, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. She was b. 8 July, 1821, in Canada; 
d. 12 Mar. 1847, Winter Quarters, Nebraska; dau. of James Hood and 
Margaret Bislen. Archibald and Isabella had the following children: 

1. Samuel Hood Hill, b. 23 Dec. 1840, Tosorontio Township, Simcoe, 
Ontario, Canada; md . (1) May 1867, Audrey Fayne ; md. (2) 1870, 
Martha Thomas. 

2. Hannah Hood Hill, b. 9 July 1842, Tosorontio Township, Simcoe, 
Ontario, Canada; md„ 10 May 1862, Miles Park Romney . 

3. Rebecca Hood Hill, b. 2 Apr. 1845, Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois; 
md. 29 Oct. 1864, Edwin Pettit. 



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Archibald md. (2) 12 July 1851, MARGARET FOTHERli.GHAM, in Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 25 Mar. 1828, Scotland; d. 14 Oct. 
1887, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake , Utah; dau . of John Fotheringhatn and 
Charlotte Gentle. Archibald and Margaret had the following children: 

1. Isabella F. Hill, b. 14 Mar. 1853, Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah. 

2. Lizetta F. Hill, b. 10 Jan. 1855, Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah. 

3. Newell Archibald Hill, b. 15 Nov. 1857, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

4. Frank F. Hill, b. 7 Mar. 1859, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

Archibald md. (3) 25 Dec. 1855, MARY EMMA MILAM, in the Salt Lake 
Endowment House, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 28 Dec. 1837, of Salt Lake 

City, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. of William Milam and Elizabeth . 

Archibald and Mary had the following children: 

1. Emma M. Hill, b. 15 Jan. 1857, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

2. William M. Hill, b. 23 Dec. 1860, Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah. 

Archibald md. (4) 7 Mar. 1857, CAROLINE GRAHAM, in the Endowment 
House, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 1 Mar. 1841, Hope, 
Pickins, Alabama; d. 26 June 1906, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
bur. June 1906, Salt Lake City cemetery, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. of Tho- 
mas Bedford Graham and Sarah Ann McCrory. Archibald and Caroline had 
the following children: 

1. Louisa G. Hill, b. 17 July 1859, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
md. 17 Jan. 1877, Nephi Lorenzo Cross. 

2. Martha Ellen G. Hill, b. 6 Oct. 1862, Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah. 

3. Perley Alexander Hill, b. 22 Jan. 1871, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; md. 22 Nov. 1889, Edith Hodges. 

4. Daniel LeRoy G. Hill, b. 29 Jan. 1874 , Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah. 

5. Audrey G. Hill, b. 30 JanT 1874 , Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

Archibald md. (5) 22 Jan. 1872, MARY HOUSE. She was b. 7 Nov. 
1848, Wraxhall, Wiltshire, England. 

ELIZABETH HILL, dau. of Alexander Hill and Elizabeth Currie (Curry), 
was b. 17 Sept. 1818, Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; chr . 27 Sept. 
1818, Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland; d. 4 July 1891, Glendale, Washing- 
ton, Utah; md. 1845, WILLIAM SWAPP, Jr. He was b. 30 Aug. 1820, Montreal, 
Quebec, Canada; d. 30 July 1876, Kanab, Kane, Utah; son of William Swapp 
and Nancy Hill. Elizabeth and William had the following children: 

1. Nancy Swapp, b. 30 June 1846, Nauvoo , Hancock, 111.; d. 10 Sept. 1846. 

2. William Hill Swapp, b. 17 June 1849, Honey Creek, Pottawatomie, 
Iowa; md. 24 Aug. 1873, Mary A. Spencer. 

3. Archibald Hill Swapp, b. 25 June 1851, Platte River, Nebraska; md. 
24 Sept. 1876, Sarepta Luticia Jolly. 

4. James Hill Swapp, b. 10 May 1853, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
md. 1875, Margaret Brinkerhoff. 

5. John Adison Swapp, b. 4 May 1855, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
md. 11 Mar. 1874, Martha Cameron. 

6. Melvin Swapp, b. 28 June 1858, Springville, Utah, Utah; md. 17 Oct. 
1887, Margaret Mortensen. 

7. Alexander Swapp, b. 12 Apr. 1861, Mill Creek, Salt Lake, Utah; d. 
15 Nov. 1863; unmd. 



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CHAPTER VII 



ALEXANDER HILL BULLOCK and 
EMILY CAROLINE HARRIS family 

ALEXANDER HILL BULLOCK, son of James Bullock and Mary Hill, was 
b. 22 Sept. 1838, Essa Township, Simcoe, Ontario. Canada; d„ 6 Mar 
1926, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 9 Mar, 1926., Pleasant Grove 
cemetery, Utah, Utah; md. (1) 9 Nov, 1861, EMILY CAROLINE HARRIS , in 
the Salt Lake Endowment House, Salt Lake, Utah; md, (2) 6 Dec. 1875, 
CLARISSA MELISSA HERRON, in the Salt Lake Endowment House, Salt Lake . 
Utah (See CHAPTER IX). 

Alexander was one of the early pioneers to Utah. He came across 
the plains with his parents when a lad of only nine years of age. His 
father owned land in Essa Township, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada. This 
is likely the birthplace of Alexander. His parents were converted to 
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in 1840 by Elder Sam- 
uel Lake, who came as a missionary to Tosorontio Township, which ad- 
joins Essa Township. Alexander's parents, and all of his mother's 
close relatives accepted the gospel. A branch of the Church was or- 
ganized and was known as the Essa Branch , consisting of 30 members 

In the summer of 1841 Alexander's parents left Canada with their 
two children, Alexander and Janet. An older son, Thomas, died in Can- 
ada. They arrived at Nauvoo , Illinois, the early part of September 
1841, where they resided until the Spring of 1846, Alexander was only 
a child of three when he moved to Nauvoo with his parents. He saw and 
heard the Prophet Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum Smith preach many 
times. He remembered seeing the Prophet on several occasions as he 
passed the Bullock residence. In later life he enjoyed bearing his 
testimony that he had seen the Prophet and knew that he was divinely 
called of God. Alexander was in Nauvoo when Joseph and Hyrum were 
martyred at Carthage. He watched the procession going past the Bullock 
home with the bodies of Joseph and Hyrum, coming from Carthage to 
Nauvoo. He went with his parents to view the remains before burial. 
The striking personality of the Prophet was vividly in Alexander's 
memory at the time of his death in 1926. 

In the Spring of 1846 when the persecutions against the Latter 
Day Saints became so intense, the Bullock family crossed over the 
Mississippi River from Nauvoo to Lee County, Iowa. They wended 
their way westward toward the Missouri River. They arrived on the 
banks of the Missouri River at Winter Quarters, Nebraska, late in 
the Autumn of 1846. They eked out a miserable existence for about 
eighteen months at Winter Quarters. There they suffered greatly 

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from exposure, sickness, and lack of food. Two of Alexander's sisters, 
Janet and Isabelle, died of the lothsome disease "black leg" while they 
were sojourning there. When Alexander was eight years of age, he was 
baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. 
He was baptized by his father in the Missouri River. 

In the Spring of 1848 the Saints at Winter Quarters made prepar- 
ations for moving westward. On 1 June 1848 President Brigham Young 
organized a number of companies of 50 and 100 wagons each for the 
trek. The next morning the Bullock family began their journey across 
the plains in the second Brigham Young Company. This journey was made 
by ox teams. The Bullock family had two teams. James Bullock drove 
one, and Alexander his son, only nine years of age, drove the other 
one. After a long and tedious journey for three and one-half months 
they arrived at Salt Lake City, Utah, on 20 Sept. 1848. The Bullock 
family located on the corner of Third South and Main Street. 

In the Spring of 1850 the Bullock family moved to Mill Creek in 
the southeast of S a lt Lake County, Utah. James Bullock, Alexander's 
father, was a farmer and owned land at Mill Creek. In August his 
father was cradling when when a sudden storm of rain and hail arose. 
There was no nearby shelter. He became wet and chilled, which soon 
resulted in pneumonia. His father died 10 Aug. 1850, leaving his 
mother with four small children. Alexander, the oldest child, was 
only eleven years old, and the youngest child was only nine months. 

The Bullock family was left in poor circumstances. The family 
moved back to Salt Lake City, and located at 544 South State Street 
in the center of the block. This was just south of the City and County 
Building. When only twelve years of age Alexander hauled the clay to 
make adobe for a two room house for his family. The home was made with 
an inverted dish-like roof. This was later removed and another story 
was added. This home stood for over eighty years in a fair state of 
preservation. 

In 1854 when fifteen years of age, Alexander went to work as a 
teamster for Daniel H. Wells. He kept this position in Salt Lake City 
for sixteen years and lived in the Wells home. In Bryant Hinckley's 
book on Daniel H. Wells, it states that Alexander or "Sandy" as he 
was called, and James Bullock, his brother, were always treated like 
members of the Wells family. Alexander was a good teamster, kind and 
gentle with the horses and seem to know just how to handle them. 
During this period of employ he took General Wells and his wife, 
Hannah, across the plains as far as Missouri. This was at the time 
Daniel H„ Wells was called on his mission to England in 1864. This 
was not the last time that Alexander travelled the old Mormon Trail. 
He made five more trips out into the plains to help and give assist- 
ance to emigrants coming to Salt Lake Valley. He had the honor of 
helping to bring the first printing press to Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Alexander Hill Bullock met his wife, Emily Caroline Harris, 
at the home of Daniel H. Wells. She had come to the Wells home in 
1854 when only ten years of age to live with her sister, Martha 
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living in the Wells home. It was here that they did their courting. They 
were married on 9 Nov. 1861 in the Salt Lake Endowment House. Their first 
home was in the same home as Rachel Grant, mother of President Heber J. 
Grant, and while there a daughter, Emily Ellen, was born. They then 
built a two-room home in Sugar House on what was then called the old 
Marchand Farm, which was owned by Wells. In this home William Alex- 
ander and Newell Harris Bullock were born. 

On 10 Mar. 1870 Alexander took his family to Pleasant Grove, Utah, 
to supervise the Wells farm. He took charge of this farm until 1887 
when it was sold. Alexander had been in the employ of the Wells family 
for about 33 years. He acquired a thirty acre farm of his own on the 
south side of Pleasant Grove, Utah, and engaged in farming and stock 
raising. He maintained a fine home in Pleasant Grove, where the add- 
itional children were born: Effie Deane, Dessie Mary, McGee Harris, and 
Florence. Alexander md. (2) 6 Dec. 1875, CLARISSA MELISSA HERRON, in 
the Salt Lake Endowment House, Salt Lake, Utah. To this union were 
born the following four children: Clara Jennett, LaMont , Gertrude A., 
and Hannah Jane. 

Alexander was ordained a Deacon and an Elder in the Fourteenth 
Ward of Salt Lake City. He served as a ward teacher in the Eight Ward 
of Salt Lake City, and served in ttyis same capacity almost constantly 
in Pleasant Grove until three years before his death. He was set apart 
as President of the Elders Quorum in 1871, which position he held for 
thirteen years. Later he was ordained a Seventy and was chosen one of 
the seven presidents of the 44th Quorum of Seventies and served four 
years. Alexander was called on a mission to New Zealand on 1 May 1887, 
and served two years and five months in that field. He labored on the 
North Island. He in the company of Alfred Harper and Brother Paxman 
were among the first missionaries to open the New Zealand Mission. 
Upon Alexander's return home he was ordained a High Priest on 14 Sept. 
1890. He was chosen as Second Counselor to Bishop John Brown, which 
position he held until the Bishop's release. On 6 Dec. 1891 he was set 
apart as First Counselor to Bishop Joseph E. Thorne. He served in the 
Bishopric for twelve years. He was in Sunday School work for thirty 
years, and was one of the recipients of a badge, which was given those 
who had served in the Sunday School for twenty five years. This was 
given at the Jubilee held in Salt Lake City in July 1899. He also 
served as a Home Missionary and visited every ward in the old Utah 
Stake. 

In politics Alexander was a Republican and was quite active in 
the political life of Pleasant Grove, Utah. He served as City Mar- 
shall for twelve years, and at the same time served as manager of all 
the dances held in the city. He was a City Councilman for four years; 
and served as County Constable, and Justice of Peace. These four pol- 
itical positions were held over a period of 17 years before going on 
his mission to New Zealand. In 1894 he ran for Mayor of Pleasant Grove 
on the Republican ticket. His brother, James 0. Bullock, ran for Mayor 
on the Democratic ticket. The contest ended up in a tie. The decision 
of the Mayorship was determined by a flip of the coin, and his brother 
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Alexander was never a man to bet or gamble, but at the time he 
served as manager of the city dances he was a dancer of considerable 
ability. On one occasion it is said that he bet a bushel of wheat or 
three pumpkins that he and his partner could dance longer than any 
other couple present, This they did, and they continued to dance until 
they were completely exhausted and fell to the floor. 

In his early youth Alexander had a very limited opportunity to 
receive a formal education. He attended school in Utah for only eight 
months. But this handicap did not discourage him. It was said of him 
not many years before his death, that through his persistent efforts 
he had become one of the best educated men in Pleasant Grove at that 
time. He acted as School Trustee for twelve years, and through his 
good judgment helped very much in raising the standards of teaching 
and education in Pleasant Grove. 

The life of Alexander Hill Bullock was one of service to others, 
untiring and unceasing in his efforts to do right. His faith was endur- 
ing to the end. He was always faithful, dependable, and kind to every- 
one. About three weeks before his death he bore his testimony to some 
of his grandchildren who had called to see him. He said at that time 
there was not a shadow of doubt in his mind but that Joseph Smith was 
a true prophet of God and that he himself was a member of the true 
church. Alexander died 6 Mar. 1926 at Pleasant Grove, and was buried 
at the Pleasant Grove cemetery on 9 Mar. 1926. 

President Heber J. Grant attended and spoke at the funeral of 
Alexander. President Grant was a nephew of Alexander. Junius F. Wells, 
also a relative, attended and spoke. The following is a short excerpt 
from the funeral sermon of Junius F. Wells, and should be of interest 
to all of Alexander Hill Bullock's descendants since it is a final 
blessing given to his posterity. 

"There is one thing that I believe I should mention at this fun- 
eral. It was two weeks ago Sunday morning that I had a remarkable 
dream, in which I saw Uncle Sandy Bullock. He seemed to be standing 
under one of the apple trees on the right hand side of the path, leading 
from our house up to the old barn. Our houses stood where Zions Savings 
Bank is now, and the barn where the Deseret Book Store is, and between 
the two was a large orchard, mostly of apple trees. Uncle Sandy was 
standing with his hand resting on one of the lower branches of that 
apple tree. He was dressed in a homespun suit, very beautifully made, 
of light brown material, with a full Prince Albert coat. I remember 
how full the skirts of the coat were. There seemed to be a little breeze 
blowing that caused them to flap as he stood there. There seemed to be 
a number of people about him who were listening to him; and I listened 
to him. His countenance shone like burnished gold, beautiful; no wrinkle 
in his face, and he was speaking. He said: 'I feel to bless my children, 
to bless them for what they are, for what they have been and have had, 
and their children and everything they shall have. I bless them; I 
feel to bless them to have everything that they desire to h;ive, and 
everything that shall be good for them to have.' 



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"My brethern and sisters, I give that to you as it was given to me, 
as perhaps the words of Brother Alexander Bullock to his posterity. His 
heart was full of blessings and with a desire that his family and his 
descendants after him should receive that which would be good for them 
to have; and he hoped and prayed that they might have it. I was so im- 
pressed with my dream that the next day I called on President Grant 
and told it to him, and I asked him if he knew whether Brother Bullock 
was a Patriarch or not. He said he did not know and that I should go 
to the Patriarch's Office and ascertain if he had been ordained a 
Patriarch. I found that he had not. The President, I know, had it in 
his heart, had he been younger to ordain him. He said, 'Perhaps he is 
too old to be ordained, but so far as bestowing that blessing upon 
his family is concerned, Uncle Sandy can do that without being ordain- 
ed a Patriarch. * 

"My brethern an>i sisters, I give that to you as a blessing and an 
admonition of Sandy Bullock. I believe that I saw him, and that it 
was given of the Lord. I do not know why it should have come to me 
at that time. I am not very much of a dreamer, I have had but few 
dreams of significance in my life, I believe this is a significant 
one, if you will take it to heart, which is my desire and prayer." 



EMILY CAROLINE HARRIS, dau . of McGee Harris and Mary Givens , was 
b. 14 Feb. 1844, Marion, Williamson, Illinois; d. 3 Apr. 1918, Plea- 
sant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 5 Apr. 1918, Pleasant Grove cemetery, 
Utah, Utah; md. 9 Nov. 1861, ALEXANDER HILL BULLOCK, in the Salt Lake 
Endlowment House, Salt Lake, Utah. 

Emily was the youngest child in her family. Her parents owned a 
1280 acre plantation at Marion, Williamson, Illinois, and had a number 
of negros to help cultivate the land. Shortly after Emily's birth her 
parents joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Fol- 
lowing their conversion they proceeded to sell and give away their 
land in order to join the Saints at Nauvoo , Illinois. When Emily was 
two years old the family moved to Council Bluffs, Iowa. Her father was 
counseled not to go to Nauvoo, Illinois, because of persecutions of 
the Saints, so they left Illinois in the Spring of 1846, and arrived 
at Council Bluffs in September. They crossed the Missouri River to 
Winter Quarters, where they stayed until the Spring of 1847. They went 
with about fifty families up the river, built a fort, and raised a 
crop to help the emigrants the next Spring. 

Late in May 1848 Emily Caroline's family left Winter Quarters for 
the trek westward. They were members of the Heber C. Kimball company. 
They travelled by oxen, and arrived at Salt Lake Valley on 20 Sept. 
1848. Emily endured many hardships on the journey. They only had small 
rations of food, and she walked much of the way. Occasionally, one of 
the drivers would feel sorry for those who had to walk and give them 
a ride on the wagon. 

Emily Caroline was only four years old when the trip was made 
across the plains, yet she could remember many of the interesting in- 
cidents which took place. On one occasion she remembered seeing a large 



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herd of buffalo coming directly toward the wagon train. The people 
were frightened, but the herd passed without doing any harm. One 
man killed a small calf of the herd, which Emily thought was beau- 
tiful. One time she fell from the wagon, but was saved from going 
under the wheels by her dress catching on the brake handle. On an- 
other occasion she was lifted to a wagon to ride. She was placed in 
a barrel since there was no other place to sit. When the lid was 
taken off several hours later, she was very glad to get out and 
wa Ik o 

When Emily's family arrived at Salt Lake City, Utah, they set- 
tled on Third South and Main Street. Their first home was a wagon 
box, which was later replaced by a one room log cabin. Two years later 
the family was called to go to Farmington, and while there many hard- 
ships were endured. The Indians were hostile and caused considerable 
trouble. Water was scarce, food supplies were low, and the grasshoppers 
were thick. It was necessary for Emily, now age six, to help her bro- 
thers keep the grasshoppers out of the grain field. Many time their 
meals consisted of only one small cup of porridge. The Harris children 
were often so hungry that they would take the porridge in their tin 
cups to the irrigation ditch to cool it faster. Eli was growing rapidly 
and said he never had enough to eat. But William would say, "Well, I 
did not have enough, but I can manage, I guess". It was a treat for 
the family when they gathered sego bulbs in the Springtime, and a gravy 
was made and poured over them. When the family was able to get corn 
meal or flour it was a great treat. If a crust of bread was left it 
was toasted and put in a sack to be used later. Snakes were numerous, 
and some nights Emily had to help her mother take them out of their 
beds before the could retire. 

In 1853 Emily's father was called by Brigham Young, with about 
twenty other families, to help settle Fort Herriman in the southwestern 
part of Salt Lake Valley. In 1855 her father was called to serve as 
Branch President of this small community. He served in this capacity 
until the Spring of 1858, when the community was abandoned temporar- 
ily because of the approach of Johnston's army to Utah. 

In 1854 when Emily was ten years of age, she went to live with 
her sister, Martha, wife of Daniel H. Wells. She helped care for the 
Wells children and helped with the household duties. The children 
became as attached to Emily as they did to their own mother. She re- 
mained with the Wells family until she was married on 9 Nov. 1861. 
She met and courted her husband while living with the Wells family. 
After their marriage they lived with Rachael Grant, the mother of 
President Heber J. Grant. The friendship between them was never 
broken. 

In Mar. 1870 Emily and her husband moved to Pleasant Grove to 
live. They settled in the two front rooms of the Bullock home as it 
now stands. The back and east part of the house were added later. 
On their way from Salt Lake City her husband gave her some idea of 
their new quarters. He told her to imagine the dirtiest house she 
had ever seen, then add much dirt to that, and she could perhaps get 
a conception of how the house looked. The food cellar had been used 



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as a pig and calf pen by the former residents, and a scraper had to be 
used to clean it out. Bed bugs were common in the house , but before many 
days they had things clean and sanitary. 

Emily was very prominent in Church and civic work, and was known 
for her works of charity and service to others. For nearly a half a 
century she was prominently identified with the Relief Socity. In Salt 
Lake City she was a member and a teacher, and continued to serve in 
Pleasant Grove. In 1871 she took charge of the sewing and donated many 
of the quilt blocks used. In 1879 she was chosen as a Counselor in the 
Relief Socity to Elizabeth Brown. She served in this capacity for thir- 
teen years. Elizabeth Brown said in her dairy, "I always could depend 
on Emily Bullock. Never was she asked to do anything that she refused. 
Always was she at her post during the most menial labor if called upon." 
Later Emily was chosen as a Counselor in the Relief Socity to Sarah 
Foutz, and served in that capacity until the organization of the Alpine 
Stake. At this time she was called to be a member of the Alpine Stake 
Relief Socity Board, which position she held until her death. 

In 1875 Eliza R. Snow visited the Relief Socity in Pleasant Grove 
in interest of the anti-polygamy bill. Emily served on the committee 
to draw up the resolutions for the bill. This was later sent to Mrs. 
Hayes, wife of the President of the United States. 

Emily was called and set apart to tend the sick, and to lend a 
helping hand in laying out the dead. She often went many miles to per- 
form her labors. At times the snow was knee-deep and the temperature 
below zero. Never once did she shirk her duty. Many a child's life was 
saved by her efficiency and willingness to serve. Many mothers came to 
her with gratitude and appreciation for her deeds and unselfish service 
rendered during sicknesses. 

On 4 Sept. 1879 she was one of the three chosen to establish the 
silk industry in Pleasant Grove, Utah. Though she shuddered at the 
sight of a worm, she made up her mind to do her duty. The venture did 
not prove to be successful. 

Emily was a Sunday School teacher for fifteen years. She was a 
member of the Old Folks Committee in Pleasant Grbve , and served for 
many years after she was a legal member of this group. She had charge 
of most of the food preparation. She was noted for being a wonderful 
cook. There was scarcely a weeding supper in Pleasant Grove that she 
was not called on to help. She made dozens of wedding cakes for people 
in Pleasant Grove, American Fork, and Salt Lake City. Emily was host- 
ess to many of the General Authorities of the Church, as well as civic 
and State leaders, who all loved to come to the country and enjoy some 
of "Aunt Em's" delicious cooking. It was always a real pleasure at 
Thanksgiving for all her children and grandchildren to go to the 
Bullock home for dinner. 

Emily Caroline Harris Bullock was a wonderful house keeper. She 
showed her cleanliness in everything she did. President Heber J. Grant 
attended an Alpine Stake Conference on one occasion. In his remarks he 



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spoke on cleanliness. He said, "Cleanliness is next to Godliness." 
Then he stated, "Sister Emily Caroline Bullock of this Stake has 
recently been called home to her God. If any woman met that require- 
ment it was Emily Bullock." 

Emily was also an excellent seamstress. She did beautiful hand 
work of every kind. She made perfect button holes in dresses and 
skirts, and did excellent hemming. She did this type of work for 
people in Pleasant Grove, American Fork, and Salt Lake City. When 
her husband was called on a mission when he was nearly fifty years 
of age, she did not murmur. She put her trust in the Lord, and knew 
that all would be well. She was able to make a livelihood through 
her cooking and sewing. 

Emily was like a mother to the afflicted son of Heber M. Wells, 
first Governor of the State of Utah. She nursed and took care of him 
as her own child for many years. Emily Wells Grant, wife of President 
Heber J. Grant, lived at her home for many months. President Grant 
was very much attached to her, and always "Aunt Em" to him. At her 
death President Grant said of her, "Your mother had as perfect faith 
on the immortality of man as any one of my many near and dear friends, 
and she has earned and will receive an exaltation in the presence of 
our Father. She lived a life of true nobility and her religion was 
her all." 

She had the gift of friendliness, of easiness, and of liking 
people. When she went to town she would stop and talk to those she 
knew, and greet those she did not know with a handshake and say, 
"We are all so glad to have you come to Pleasant Grove." She had the 
gift of thoughtfulness which every one appreciated. It may have been 
only a little inexpensive candy, a few cookies, a pat of butter, that 
she often took when she called on people, but that thoughtfulness 
endeared her to many. She had the gift of respect. Every person had 
some characteristic in them that Emily could respect. She knew there 
was good in everyone if one would just look for it , and if we looked 
hard enough we saw it and the bad disappeared. Her rule of life was 
to speak well of a person or to observe silence. 

The following sketch of Emily Caroline Harris was written by 
Mrs. Martha Deseret Grant Boyle, daughter of President Heber J. 
Grant. This sketch was submitted to me by Mrs. Boyle, and in appre- 
ciation of the fine association I have had with her, I would like 
to include this as part of the sketch of Emily Caroline Harris. 

"As far back as my memory goes I remember Aunt Em Bullock. She 
was the youngest sister of my grandmother, Martha Harris Wells, and 
was twelve years younger. She was as much a part of our family as our 
uncles and aunts. We adored her. Before I was old enough to remember, 
my mother, my sister Grace, and I lived with her in Pleasant Grove 
for many months. I do remember spending many summers with her. 

"There never was a more hospitable person than Aunt Em. She 
was an immaculate housekeeper and an elegant cook. Nothing w a s too 



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much trouble for her. I marvel at the way she used to cook huge meals. 
A typical breakfast would consist of: hot cereal, ham and eggs, fried 
potatoes, muffins, rolls or hot cakes. She cooked on a low, half- 
broken-down wood-burning stove. On top of that, she had to haul all 
the water she used from a creek a rod or so away from her kitchen, 
going up and down steps to reach it. All of the food was kept in a 
cellar outside the house, down a steep incline. She took it all for 
granted, and I am afraid we did tool She let us help her pick straw- 
berries, pull vegetables, milk cows, feed chickens and do all the 
things that delight city children. We really looked forward to summer 
visits to Aunt Em. 

"There was never a joyful celebration, an illness or a death at 
the homes of any of grandma's children that didn't include Aunt Em. 
Never shall we forget what a strength and comfort she was to us when 
our grandma Wells and our mother died, in the same house, two weeks 
apart ! 

"She nursed my mother with four of her five children. My first 
consciousness of what a remarkable, outstanding woman she was, was 
when I was ten years old and she came to nurse my mother when her 
fourth child was born. Mother was named Emily, after Aunt Em, and the 
new baby was named Emily for both of them. Mother was dangerously 
ill when little Emily was born. For a few hours her life hung in the 
balance. Father, Grandma, Aunt Edna and mother all felt sure that had 
it not been for Aunt Em's good judgment and excellent care, she would 
have died. She was the best nurse in the world! It seemed to be a 
gift from on High for her to love to take care of the sick. She often 
remarked that had there been nursing courses and hospitals in her day, 
she would have become a trained nurse. She was patient, gentle, sym- 
pathetic, loving and most efficient. She seemed endowed with a special 
blessing to have the power to know exactly what to do to make people 
comfortable, keep up their morale and get them well. 

"Aunt Em came to our house at least twice a year to help make 
our clothes, and stayed two weeks or longer. Ready-made clothes were 
seldom bought for children in that day. The dresses, coats, and under- 
wear that she and Grandma made were just as stylish and much better 
made than the expensive ready-made ones. She was not only a fine dress- 
maker, but also did exquisite handiwork. Her beautifully embroidered 
Temple aprons, her perfect hemstitching and featherstitching , and her 
faultless buttonholes were famous. 

"Aunt Em had seven children. One of them, Florence Bullock Mad- 
sen, is still living. Six grew to adulthood. She was a devoted, in- 
dulgent mother, who loved and took great joy in her family. She would 
do anyting or make any sacrifce for their welfare. After the death of 
her oldest daughter, Ellen, she helped in every possible way to mother 
her large family. She was a real mother many years to Heber Daniel 
Wells, the motherless son of Heber M. Wells. The years with her were 
the happiest years of his adult life. Taking care of him was a diffi- 
cult task. 



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"No one ever heard Aunt Em complain about anything. Her motto 
in life was "Let's be thankful for our many blessings £xnd not think 
of our trials." And she had plenty of trails — from the time she 
walked most of the way across the plains at age four, until she died 
at seventy-four. Her reward in this life was the love and satisfac- 
tion she got from her noble children and grandchildren and her count- 
less friends. She was always imposed upon because of her willingness, 
her efficiency and her charming personality. 

"She helped support herself and her children and made many sac- 
rifices, financially, and otherwise, for their welfare, especially 
their education. One of the things that always amazed me most was how 
Aunt Em became so well educated herself. I never heard of her going 
to school. By and large she spoke correct English; she wrote a legible 
hand, she misspelled few words; she was an excellent reader, she kept 
up with current events and had a fund of interesting information. We 
loved to talk to her and have her read stories to us. 

"Aunt Em as tall and stately and held herself erect. She had extra- 
blue, friendly eyes, fine, soft, curly brown hair, which never went 
gray. She had pretty hands, feet and ankles. She had a cheerful coun- 
tenacne , an infectious laugh, and a good sense of humor. She was not a 
gossip, she could see good in everyone and everything. She radiated 
refinement, culture and happiness. People loved her and enjoyed being 
with her. She was at home in the richest household or thepoorest shack. 

"Her greatest characteristics were her strong testimony, her abid- 
ing faith and her love for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. She was one who 
literally loved the Lord her God, with all her heart, might, mind and 
strength and her neighbor as herself. Her name will live forever, not 
only through her posterity, of whom she would be exceedingly proud, but 
because she was an angel of mercy to so many relatives and friends." 



Alexander Hill Bullock and Emily Caroline Harris had the follow- 
ing children: 

* 1. Emily Ellen Bullock, b. 18 Oct. 1862, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. 11 Dec. 1884, Thomas Adamson. 

* 2. William Alexander Bullock, b. 25 June 1865, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah; md. 14 Dec. 1887, Clara Ellen Marrott . 

* 3. (Dr.) Newell Harris Bullock, b. 22 Oct. 1867, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah; md. 21 Dec. 1904, Mary Ellen Covington Skillings. 

* 4. Effie Deane Bullock, b. 22 Apr. 1871, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. (1) 2 May 1894, William Henry Marrott; md. (2) 17 Oct. 1928, 
John Alma Adamson. 
5. Dessie Mary Bullock, b. 6 June 1874, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
d. 20 Aug. 1875; unmd. 

* 6. McGee Harris Bullock, b. 6 Nov. 1876, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 28 May 1902, Octavia Paulson. 

* 7. Florence Bullock, b. 5 Feb. 1882, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 

29 Sept. 1909, John Peter Madsen. 



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EMILY ELLEN BULLOCK, dau. of Alexander Hill Bullock and Emily 
Caroline Harris, was b. 18 Oct. 1862, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
d. 4 Nov. 1906, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. Nov. 1906, Pleasant 
Grove cemetery, Utah, Utah; md. 11 Dec. 1884, THOMAS ADAMSON, in the 
Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. 

Emily Ellen was born in the home of Rachel Grant, the mother of 
President Heber J. Grant, where her parents lived for a short time. 
Later, they moved into aiadjoining home. Emily Ellen recalled many 
times when Heber J. Grant, as a young boy, came into their home. If it 
was meal time or baking time, Ellen's mother would ask him if he would 
like something to eat. Usually he would say, "No, but I will take a 
biscuit or piece of cake to my mother." In later years when the Grant 
family was in better economical circumstances, Rachel Grant said that 
often they had nothing to eat except what had been given to Heber. 

Emily Ellen saw President Brigham Young many times in her youth. 
She could remember being with her father on many occasions when her 
father and President Young both came to water their mules and horses 
at the watering trough that stood where the Eagle Gate was located. 

On 10 Jan. 1870 at the time of the completion of the first rail- 
road uniting Ogden and Salt Lake City, called the Utah Central, a big 
celebration was held. Although it was bitter cold, it is said that 
15,000 people from all over Utah came to witness the ceremonies in 
honor of the completion of the railroad. Ellen went with her parents 
to this celebration. At the time of the great cricket invasion, Emily 
Ellen could remember how dark they made the sun because of their great 
swarms. 

In March 1870 when Ellen was seven her parents moved to Pleasant 
Grove, Utah. She was taught to do all kinds of house work, sewing, and 
cooking. Her mother was an excellent house keeper and cook. Her parents 
were honest, thrifty, and hard workers. These qualities were instilled 
in the lives of their children. Many of the Church Authorities and also 
Stake Officers came to spend the week ends in the country at the Bullock 
home. It was Ellen's responsibility to keep things neat and tidy, and 
do much of the gathering and preparing of the vegetables for the meals. 
She was taught early in life to assume many responsibilities of the 
home . 

Emily Ellen took an active part in Sunday School, and the differ- 
ent auxiliary organizations of the Church. In 1880 she was sustained 
as assistant secretary of the Relief Socity of the Pleasant Grove 
Branch of the Church in Utah Stake. At the request of Margaret Smoot, 
President of the Utah Stake Relief Society, Emily Ellen who was only 
eighteen years of age was asked to write a historical sketch of the 
Relief Society of the Pleasant Grove Branch from the time it was first 
organized. This sketch was placed in a Jubilee Box left in the care of 
Margaret Smoot on 24 Feb. 1880. It was opened 6 Apr. 1930 in Provo . 
A copy of this sketch was made by the Timpanogos Stake Relief Socity 
of Pleasant Grove for its records. Emily Ellen also acted as secretary 



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Thomas Adamson 



Emily Ellen liullocl. 







Thomas Marion 



Emily Fern 



hargaret 






Lloyd b. 



itillard Byron 






Newell Dewey 



Paul a. 



David Allen 



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of the Pleasant Grove Relief Socity for a number of years, and held 
this office at the time of her death. 

Emily Ellen Bullock attended the schools in Pleasant Grove. Like 
all early settlements the schools were very humble, held in one or 
two rooms and taught by one or two teachers. Education was regarded 
as a prime necessity by the early pioneers. Ellen was very studious 
and diligent, and was an excellent student. 

Much of Ellen's early amusements came in private homes. She and 
her girl friends would have slumber parties at the different places. 
Occasionally, they would attend a dancing party, and the girls would 
often prepare basket lunches. At intermission the young men would bid 
or draw for a basket, and the owner of the basket was to share the 
contents with theyoung man who had drawn it. On one occasion, Ellen 
didn't want to share her basket with the young man who had drawn it, 
so she traded with one of the other girls. 

Emily Ellen was courted by Thomas Adamson, and were married 11 
Dec. 1884 in the Logan Temple. Their home was a very humble one where 
many hardships were endured. Tragedy came into the home on several 
occasions, such as serious illnesses of children with typhoid fever 
and scarlet fever, her husband's sickness, and an accident to Rowena . 
She was severely burned, and the following year a son, Marion, was 
shut in the arm and wrist. 

Because of so many expenses and sicknesses, Ellen decided to take 
in sewing for a few people who had urged her to do some for them. Be- 
fore long she was making skirts and blouses for salesmen who took them 
to Fairfield and Cedar Valley to sell. At the end of the school year 
at graduation time, she often made many of the girls graduation dress- 
es. At that time the skirts were full and ruffles were placed on the 
bottoms of dresses. Sometimes five or six rows of ruffles were used 
around the skirt. 

Emily Ellen made her younger boys suits from mill ends purchased 
from Knight's Woolen Mills in Provo , Utah. She made her daughter's 
dresses, skirts, and blouses from used clothing that was sent to her 
mother from relatives in Salt Lake City. She did the family sewing 
mostly after nightfall on a treddle machine and by the light of a coal 
oil lamp. 

Emily Ellen was very desirous of her children living good Latter 
Day Saint lives. She also wished them all to get a good education. She 
taught them by example as well as by word. She was kind, patient, and 
uncomplaining even when sorely tried and in great pain herself. She 
was not a woman who took delight in public displays or social functions. 
Her sphere and her delight was her home and family. There she displaced 
her true ideals, and those who came to her home partook of that home- 
like kindness and consideration which was always her nature. 

She was not in good health, even before the birth of her last 
child. On 3 Nov. 1906, when the baby was three weeks old, she had 



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prepared the evening meal, and laid the new baby down for the night. 
About nine p.m. she was suddenly stricken ill; and by four a.m. she 
died. She was only forty four years of age, and left her husband and 
nine children at the time of her death. 



THOMAS ADAMSON, son of David Adamson and Elizabeth Crooks, was 
b. 26 Feb. 1861, American Fork, Utah, Utah; d. 1 Feb. 1930, Pleasant 
Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 4 Feb. 1930, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 
(1) 11 Dec. 1884, EMILY ELLEN BULLOCK, in the Logan Temple, Cache, 
Utah; md. (2) 17 Mar. 1915, HELEN HICKERSON. 

Thomas was reared in American Fork, Utah. He was deprived of many 
of the opportunities of education and culture, since he seldom had the 
opportunity of attending school more than a few weeks at a time. The 
schools were ungraded. Pupils of all ages and aptitudes were taught 
by the same teacher and usually in the same room. The furniture and 
equipment were poor. The seats were made of slabs with holes bored 
through in which legs were inserted. These benches had no backs and 
nothing in front on which to write. 

When Thomas was in his early teems his father purchased the flour 
mill in Pleasant Grove, Utah, and moved his family there. Thomas, along 
with his brothers, were all taught the flour milling business. As 
Thomas grew older his responsibilities increased. He felt the suffer- 
ings and hardships of a frontier life. However, it enriched his char- 
acter for he was able to withstand the many problems that came into 
his later life. As time passed, one by one of his brothers withdrew 
from the flour milling business. Thomas stayed until the mill was sold. 
He then went to American Fork to work in the flour mill, and later was 
hired to assist in the milling business at the Lehi Roller Mills. 

Thomas met and courted Emily Ellen Bullock, and later were married 
in the Logan Temple. As the children were growing, Thomas would sit in 
an old fashioned rocking chair with a small child on each knee. He would 
rock and sing old Scottish songs while his wife prepared meals. His 
favorite was, "If a laddie meet a lassie coming through the rye". He 
would sing in the old Scottish dialect. As years passed he also enjoy- 
ed to get his grandchildren on his knees and sing to them. 

Tragedy came into the Adamson home many times. On one occasion 
two children were sick with typhoid fever at the same time. Several 
children were stricken with scarlet fever, and one of them had rheu- 
matic fever. Thomas also had a very serious illness. It was only thro- 
ugh faith and prayers of his wife and loved ones, and the administration 
by the Elders, that his life was spared. Rowena was badly burned when 
eight years of age, by her dress catching on fire when trying to light 
a fire cracker. She had constant care for over one year, before she 
was able to do anything for herself. The following year, Marion, was 
accident ly shot while hunting sage hens. He was shot in the wrist. 

A worse hardship came to Thomas when Emily Ellen, his wife, was 
sudden taken by death. She left nine children, the youngest a baby 



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only three weeks old. Heavily in debt through the misfortunes that had 
come to him, Thomas decided to give up the milling business. He leased 
sheep from his brother. He struggled hard to provide for his family. 
He succeeded in keeping all of his children together, and helped his 
sons to get established in the sheep business. Un 17 Mar. 1915 he mar- 
ried Helen Hickerson Carson. This marriage was not successful, and 
after a few years they separated. 

Besides having an active part in milling, stock raising, and 
business circles, Thomas served in the Pleasant Grove City Countil, 
and on various live stock and grazing boards. He loved to read the 
daily newspaper and books on history and travel. He was interested in 
hunting, fishing, and trap shooting. On Thanksgiving Day and New Years 
Day there usually was a contest in trap shooting. Thomas was the first 
man to be chosen on one side or the other. He was a good marksman and 
usually hit the clay pigeon targets. 

Thomas made several trips to Kansas City, Kansas, when he shipped 
his lambs to market. Un one occasion the train was derailed. A number 
of sheep were killed. Thos. was injured. He had several ribs broken and 
was badly shaken up. 

Thomas loved to have his children around. When summer time came 
around he usually had Emily Fern go with the other children to spend 
several weeks out with the herd of sheep. He loved to invite the herders 
from other camps and the Forest Ranger to have dinner with the family. 
At these times he loved apple dumplings and hot biscuits, which Emily 
Fern prepared. In the evenings a large bonfire was made and the family 
would sit around the fire on logs, telling stories and singing. Thomas 
was proud of his children and their achievements. 

Thomas was suddenly stricken with a severe pain in the leg under 
the knee, which was caused by a blood clot in the artery. As a result 
of this, he died at the age of sixty nine at his home in Pleasant Grove, 
Utah. 



Emily Ellen Bullock and Thomas Adamson had the following children: 

1. Thomas Marion Adamson, b. 19 Feb. 1886, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 
Utah; md. (1) 3 July 1909, Florence R. Fausett ; md. (2) 8 Oct. 
1922, Beatta Agnes Mathews. 

2. Emily Fern Adamson, b. 9 Jan. 1888, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
md. 23 Aug. 1911, Jesse Myron Walker. 

3. Margaret Adamson, b. 17 Oct. 1889, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
md. 28 Oct. 1908, Benjamin Franklin Adams. 

4. Rowena Adamson, b. 7 Mar. 1892, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 
(1) 24 Dec. 1913, Arthur Claudius Done; md. (2) 15 Oct. 1946, 
Walter A. Devey. 

5. Lloyd Bullock Adamson, b. 26 Jan. 1894, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 
Utah; md. 23 Aug. 1916, Opal Wadley. 

6. Willard Byron Adamson, b. 21 Nov. 1895, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 
Utah; md. (1) 9 Oct. 1918, Maud Davis; md. (2) 23 June 1960, 
Ann Lillian Singleton. 



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7. Newell Dewey Adamson, b. 15 July 1898, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 
Utah; md. 29 Oct. 1919, Margaret Graham. 

8. Paul Alexander Adamson, b. 20 Apr. 1900, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 
Utah; md. 16 July 1924, Winifred Eldes Smith. 

9. David Allen Adamson, b. 11 Oct. 1906, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 
Utah; md. 20 Apr. 1929, Nellie Rae Cummings. 



THOMAS MARION ADAMSON, son of Thomas Adamson and Emily Ellen 
Bullock, was b. 19 Feb. 1886, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . (l) 
3 July 1909, FLORENCE R. FAUSETT , at Provo , Utah, Utah. She was b. 
28 Sept. 1886, Wallsburg, Wasatch, Utah; d. 27 Nov. 1917, Pleasant 
Grove, Utah; bur. Nov. 1917, Wallsburg, Wasatch, Utah; dau . of 
Romanzo Fausett and Samantha L. Mecham. Thomas and Florence had 
no children. 

Thomas md. (2) 8 Oct. 1922, BETTA AGNES MATHEWS, at Provo, 
Utah, Utah. She was b. 4 Nov. 1891, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; dau. 
of Walter John Mathews and Margaret Baxter. Thomas and Beatta had 
the following children: 

* 1. Thomas Stanford Adamson, b. 18 Dec. 1927, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 

29 Mar. 1951, Melva Jeanne Clark. 

* 2. Walter Marion Adamson, b. 12 Oct. 1930, Provo, Utah, Utah; md . 

28 Oct. 1952, Nadine Hales. 

* 3. Beatta LaVon Adamson, b. 6 Mar. 1933, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 19 Aug. 1960, Ralph W. Larsen. 



THOMAS STANFORD ADAMSON, son of Thomas Marion Adamson and Beatta 
Agnes Mathews, was b. 18 Dec. 1927, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 9 Mar. 
1951, MELVA JEANNE CLARK, at Waco, McLennan, Texas. She was b. 30 May 
1930, Hill City, Graham, Kansas; dau. of Worcester Alexander Clark 
and Melva Loraine Mort . Thomas and Melva had the following children: 

1. Thomas Clark Adamson, b. 28 Dec. 1951, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

2. Carrie Gay Adamson, b. 27 Apr. 1954, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. David Alan Adamson, b. 23 Apr. 1957, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

4. Jeanne Adamson, b. 21 Oct. 1960, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



WALTER MARION ADAMSON, son of Thomas Marion Adamson and Beatta 
Agnes Mathews, was b. 12 Oct. 1930, Provo, Utah, Utah; md . 28 Oct. 
1952, NADINE HALES, in Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 
28 Nov. 1931, Orem, Utah, Utah; dau. of Reed Brown Hales and Norma 
Jarman. Walter and Nadine had the following children: 

1. Marion Reed Adamson, b. 11 Sept. 1953, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Bonnie Lynn Adamson, b. 1 Oct. 1955, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Lynette Adamson, b. 23 Oct. 1956, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

4. Calvin Hales Adamson, b. 4 Feb. 1958, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

5. Waldine Hales, b. 19 Dec. 1960, Hayward , Alameda, California. 



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BEATTA LAVUN ADAMSON, dau . of Thomas Marion Adamson and Beatta 
Agnes Mathews, was b. 6 Mar. 1933, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 
19 Aug.l9G0, RALPH W. LARSEN, at Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah. He was 
b. 26 Feb. 1933, Emery, Emery, Utah; son of Reed E Larsen and Mary 
Unice Olsen. lieatta and Ralph had the following children: 

1. Leslie Ann Larsen, b. 7 June 1962, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 



EMILY FERN ADAMSON, dau. of Thomas Adamson and Emily Ellen Bul- 
lock, was b. 9 Jan. 1888, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 23 Aug. 
1911, JESSE MYRON WALKER, in Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He 
was b. 15 Dec. 1885, Lindon , Utah, Utah; d. 14 Feb. 1954, American 
Fork, Utah, Utah; bur. 18 Feb. 1954, American Fork, Utah, Utah; son 
of Appolus Benjamin Walker and Sarah Jane Holman. Emily Fern and 
Jesse had the following children: 

' 1. El wood A Walker, b. 30 Jan. 1914, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md, 

24 May 1939, Mary Alyne Nelson. 

* 2. Ellen Walker, b. 12 July 1916, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 

10 June 1947, Clark Kendall Brown. 

* 3. Fern Walker, b. 15 Jan. 1924, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 31 

May 1944, Soren Glen Sabey. 

* 4. J Myron Walker, b. 13 July 1928, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 

25 Mar. 1954, Olene Smith. 



ELWOOD A WALKER, son of Jesse Myron Walker and Emily Fern Adamson, 
was b. 30 Jan. 1914, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 24 May 1939, MARY 
ALYNE NELSON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 15 
Sept. 1913, Provo , Utah, Utah; dau. of John Edward Nelson and Ethel 
Temperance Penrod. Elwood and Mary had the following children: 

1. Marilyn Walker, b. 29 July 1942, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

2. Diane Walker, b. 17 Sept. 1945, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

3. Elwood Brent Walker, b. 23 Dec. 1946, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 



ELLEN WALKER, dau. of Jesse Myron Walker and Emily Fern Adamson, 
was b. 12 July 1916, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 10 June 1947, 
CLARK KENDALL BROWN, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was 
b. 6 July 1916, American Fork, Utah, Utah; son of Marion Abram Brown, 
and Ruby Wray Thornton. Ellen and Clark had the following children: 



:ia KUDy wray rnornton. Ellen and Clark had the following ch 

1. Kendall Walker Brown, b. 14 Jan. 1949, American Fork, U 

2. Mary Brown, b. 19 Oct. 1951, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Don Wilman Brown, b. 13 Feb. 1953, American Fork, Utah, 



Utah, Utah. 
Utah. 



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FERN WALKER, dau. of Jesse Myron Walker and Emily Fern Adamson, 
was b. 15 Jan. 1924, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md . 31 May 1944, 
SOREN GLEN SADEY, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was 
b. 29 Sept. 1921, Lehi , Utah, Utah; son of Aaron Sabey and Iva 
Sorenson. Fern and Soren Glen had the following children: 



1. Sandra Sabey, b. 30 Aug. 1946, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Bruce Sabey, b. 25 June 1950, Afton, Lincoln, Wyoming. 

3. Dean Sabey, b. 16 Nov. 1952, Afton, Lincoln, Wyoming. 

J MYRON WALKER, son of Jesse Myron Walker and Emily Fern Adamson, 
was b. 13 July 1928, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 25 Mar. 1954, 
OLENE SMITH, in the S a lt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 15 
Nov. 1930, Ogden, Weber, Utah; dau. of Thomas Ole Smith and Nina 
Hadley. J Myron and Olene had the following children: 

1. Stephen Brett Walker, b. 4 Feb. 1955, Boston, Suffolk, Mass. 

2. David Walden Walker, b. 28 July 1956, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

3. Byran Jesse Walker, b. 10 Mar. 1958, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 

4. Lori Walker, b. 20 July 1959, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mex. 

5. Mylene Walker, b. 27 May 1961, Denver, Denver, Colorado. 



MARGARET ADAMSON, dau. of Thomas Adamson and Emily Ellen Bullock, 
was b. 17 Oct. 1889, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 28 Oct. 1908, 
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ADAMS, at Provo , Utah, Utah. He was b. 25 Sept. 1882, 
Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; son of John Alma Adams and Mary Alice 
Frampton. Margaret and Benjamin had the following children: 

* 1. Bernice Adams, b. 20 May 1910, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 

19 Aug. 1931, Milton Russell Jacob. 

2. Cameron B. Adams, b. 30 Mar. 1912, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
d. 6 Sept. 1925; unmd. 

* 3. Ellen Adams, b. 18 Nov. 1913, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 

23 May 1934, Lloyd Leon Peterson. 

* 4. Dewey F Adams, b. 4 Nov. 1915, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 

20 June 1934, Wanda Harris. 

* 5. Dezzie Adams, b. 11 Dec. 1917, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 

15 Mar. 1940, Henry Nibley Stoddard. 

* 6. John Nathan Adams, b. 16 Apr. 1920, Pleasant Grove, Utah; md. 

(1) 10 Feb. 1944, Alta Faye Tomlinson; md. (2) 4 Oct. 1947, 
Barbara Turner. 

* 7. Thomas Ardie Adams, b. 13 Apr. 1922, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 11 Sept. 1942, Bea Walker. 

* 8. Laura Adams, b. 15 Mar. 1924, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 

8 Jan. 1948, Victor Warren Hammond. 

* 9. Margaret Adams, b. 24 Nov. 1925, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 1 Sept. 1948, Joseph LeRoy Thorne , Jr. 



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BERNICE ADAMS, dau. of Benjamin Franklin Adams and Margaret 
Adamson, was b. 20 May 1910, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 19 Aug. 
1931, MILTON RUSSELL JACOB, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
He was b. 15 June 1906, Pleasant Grove, Utah; son of Milton Jacob and 
M ary Carlson. Bernice and Milton had the following children: 

1. Russell Kenneth Jacob, b. 19 Aug. 1936, Provo , Utah, Utah; d. 
6 July 1949; unmd. 
* 2. Janet Jacob, b. 26 Apr. 1942, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 19 Mar. 
1963, Edward Allen George. 



JANET JACOB, dau. of Milton Russell Jacob and Bernice Adams, was 
b. 26 Apr. 1942, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 19 Mar. 1963, EDWARD ALLEN 
GEORGE, in Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada. He was b. 26 May 1940, Versailles, 
Darke, Ohio; son of Ralph J. George and Mary D. Brown. 

ELLEN ADAMS, dau. of Benjamin Franklin Adams and Margaret Adamson, 
was b. 18 Nov. 1913, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 23 May 1934, LLOYD 
LEON PETERSON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 26 
Nov. 1911, Castle Dale, Emery, Utah; son of Hans Erastus Peterson and 
Edith Adella Jones. Ellen and Lloyd had the following children: 

* 1. Joyce Peterson, b. 8 Nov. 1935, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 19 Aug. 

1954, Stanley Horace Hammond. 

2. Lloyd Leon Peterson, Jr., b. 12 Apr. 1942, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

3. Steven Lee Peterson, b. 10 May 1950, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

JOYCE PETERSON, dau. of Lloyd Leon Peterson and Ellen Adams, was 
b. 8 Nov. 1935, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 19 Aug. 1954, STANLEY HORACE 
HAMMOND, in Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 9 July 1931, 
Ogden, Weber, Utah; son of Horace LaRue Hammond and Norma Eliza Smith. 
Joyce and Stanley had the following children: 

1. Connie Hammond, b. 28 June 1955, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

DEWEY F ADAMS, son of Benjamin Franklin Adams and Margaret Adam- 
son, was b. 4 Nov. 1915, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 12 Jan. 1937, 
Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 15 Jan. 1937, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 
Utah; md. 20 June 1934, WANDA HARRIS, at Provo, Utah, Utah. She was b. 
13 Jan. 1918, Lindon, Utah, Utah; dau. of Leonard Owen Harris and 
Viola Gillman. Dewey and Wanda had the following child: 

* 1. Geraldine Adams, b. 6 Dec. 1934, Lindon, Utah, Utah; md . 19 May 

1961, Richard L Money. 

GERALDINE ADAMS, dau. of Dewey F Adams and Wanda Harris, was b. 
6 Dec. 1934, Lindon, Utah, Utah; md. 19 May 1961, RICHARD L MONEY, 



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in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 27 Jan. 1933, 
Cedar City, Iron, Utah; son of Reed Jex Money, Sr. and Ella Leona 
Viertel. Geraldine and Richard had the following children: 

1. David Richard Money, b. 23 May 1963, Ogden, Weber, Utah; 
d. 14 July 1963; unnid . 

DEZZIE ADAMS, dau. of Benjamin Franklin Adams and Margaret 
Adamson, was b. 11 Dec. 1917, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 15 Mar. 
1940, HENRY NIBLEY STODDARD, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
He was b. 13 Mar, 1918, LaGrande , Union, Oregon; son of David Brown 
Stoddard and Edith Olive Nibley. Dezzie and Henry had the following 
children : 

1. Thomas Adams Stoddard, b. 24 Jan. 1944, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

2. Judy Ann Stoddard, b. 25 June 1945, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

3. David Adams Stoddard, b. 23 Sept. 1947, Pendleton, Umatilla, Ore. 

4. Nancy Stoddard, b. 17 Aug. 1950, Pendleton, Umatilla, Oregon. 

5. Robert Adams Stoddard, b. 12 Jan. 1953, Pendleton, Umatilla, Ore. 

6. Kenneth Adams Stoddard, b. 18 Oct. 1955, Pendleton, Umatilla, Ore. 

7. Larry Adams Stoddard, b. 17 July 1958, Pendleton, Umatilla, Ore. 



JOHN NATHAN ADAMS, son of Benjamin Franklin Adams and Margaret 
Adamson, was b. 16 Apr. 1920, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. (1) 
10 Feb. 1944, ALTA FAYE TOMLINSON , at Preston, Franklin, Idaho. She 
was b. 6 Nov. 1920, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 5 Nov. 1944, Amer- 
ican Fork, Utah, Utah; bur. 9 Nov. 1944, Pleasant Grove cemetery, Utah, 
Utah; dau. of Clifford Benjamin Toralinson and Ivadell Marrott. John 
Nathan and Alta Faye had the following child: 

1. Benjamin Nathan Adams, b. 27 Oct. 1944, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

John Nathan md. (2) 4 Oct. 1947, BARBARA TURNER, at Ely, White 
Pine, Nevada. She was b. 28 Dec. 1928, Auburn, Lincoln, Wyoming; dau. 
of Edward LaVerl Turner and Jenny Frances Welchr.ian. John and Barbara 
had the following children: 

1. John Perry Adams, b. 23 Jan. 1948, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Anna Jean Adams, b. 3 Oct. 1949, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Carol Adams, b. 24 Feb. 1951, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



THOMAS ARDIE ADAMS, son of Benjamin Franklin Adams and Margaret 
Adamson, was b. 13 Apr. 1922, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 11 
Sept. 1942, BEA WALKER, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She 
was b. 4 May 1922, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; dau. of Richard Lional 
Walker and Alberta McEwan. Thomas Ardie and Bea had the following 
children: 

1. Richard Thomas Adams, b. 15 Jan. 1945, American Fork, Utah, 
Utah; d. 10 June 1961; unmd. 



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2. Cameron Walker Adams, b. 30 Oct. 1947, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Edward Jon Adams, b. 23 Apr. 1950, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

4. Lynn Paul Adams, b. 28 Sept. 1953, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

5. Lu Ann Adams, b. 22 July 1957, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

LAURA ADAMS, dau. of Benjamin Franklin Adams and Margaret Adam- 
son, was b. 15 Mar. 1924, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 8 Jan. 1948, 
VICTOR WARREN HAMMOND, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He 
was b. 6 June 1924, Tooele, Tooele, Utah; son of George Henry Hammond 
and Annie Josephine Pocock. Laura and Victor had the following children: 

1. Steven Lee Hammond, b. 29 Sept. 1948, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

2. Jo Ann Hammond, b. 25 Apr. 1951, Holloman, Alamgordo , New Mex. 

3. Michael Hammond, b. 2 Aug. 1956, Holloman, Alamgordo, New Mex. 

MARGARET ADAMS, dau. of Benjamin Franklin Adams and Margaret 
Adamson, was b. 24 Nov. 1925, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 1 Sept. 
1948, JOSEPH LeROY THORNE, Jr.., in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 
Utah. He was b. 20 Mar. 1926, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; son of 
Joseph LeRoy Thorne , Sr. and Ora West. Margaret and Joseph had the 
following children: 

1. Kent Thorne (twin), b. 13 Aug. 1952, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Kaye Thorne (twin), b. 13 Aug. 1952, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. David Thorne, b. 17 June 1957, Logan, Cache, Utah. 



ROWENA ADAMSON, dau. of Thomas Adamson and Emily Ellen Bullock, 
wasib. 7 Mar. 1892, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. (1) 24 Dec. 1913, 
ARTHUR CLAUDIUS DONE (DOANE) , at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; He 
was b. 15 Nov. 1881, Glenwood, Sevier, Utah; d. 25 Mar. 1935, San 
Francisco, San Francisco, California; bur. 29 Mar. 1935, Pleasant 
Grove, Utah, Utah; son of James Doane and Ellen Parker. Rowena and 
Arthur had no children. 

Rowena md (2) 15 Oct. 1946, WALTER A. DEVEY, at American Fork, 
Utah, Utah. He was b. 14 Sept. 1882, Alpine, Utah, Utah; d. 13 Aug. 
1962, American Fork, Utah, Utah; bur. 17 Aug. 1962, American Fork 
cemetery, Utah, Utah; son of John Devey and Hannah Alice Avery Timms. 
Rowena and Walter had no children. 

LLOYD BULLOCK ADAMSON, son of Thomas Adamson and Emily Ellen 
Bullock, was b. 26 Jan. 1894, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 23 Aug. 
1916, OPAL WADLEY, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She 
was b. 3 Feb. 1895, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; dau. of Edward Wadley 
and Pearl Halliday. Lloyd and Opal had the following children: 



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1. Nadine Adamson, b. 26 Aug. 1917, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
md. 2 Aug. 1939, Richard Sawley Stone. 



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* 2. Mildred Pearl Adamson , b. 14 July 1925, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 1 Feb. 1943, Albert Dean Mitchell. 
3. Wilma Beth Adamson, b. 17 Oct. 1928, American Fork, Utah, 
Utah; d. 12 Apr. 1948; unmd. 

* 4. Elaine Adamson, b. 8 Feb. 1930, American Fork, Utah, Utah, 

md. 17 Sept. 1951, Benjamin Hunsaker Davis. 

NADINE ADAMSON, dau. of Lloyd Bullock Adamson and Opal Wadley , 
was b. 26 Aug. 1917, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 2 Aug. 1939, 
RICHARD SAWLEY STONE, in the Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. He was b. 30 
June 1915, Winter Quarters, Carbon, Utah; son of Richard John Stone 
and Florence Sawley. Nadine and Richard had the following children: 

1. Richard Lloyd Stone, b. 12 Sept. 1941, Provo , Utah, Utah. 

2. Robert Allen Stone, b. 19 Aug. 1945, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

3. Susan Stone, b. 14 Sept. 1948, Provo, Utah, Utah. 



MILDRED PEARL ADAMSON, dau. of Lloyd Bullock Adamson and Opal 
Wadley, was b. 14 July 1923, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 1 Feb. 
1943, ALBERT DEAN MITCHELL, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
He was b. 24 July 1922, Lehi , Utah, Utah; son of David R. Mitchell 
and Martha Glaser. Mildred and Albert Dean had the following children: 

1. Kenneth Dean Mitchell, b. 12 June 1946, Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah. 

2. Theresa Beth Mitchell, b. 13 June 1950, Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah. 

3. David Lloyd Mitchell, b. 14 Feb. 1953, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

4. John Stephen Mitchell, b. 21 Oct. 1954, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

5. Mark Adamson Mitchell, b. 15 Feb. 1960, Riverside, Riverside, 
California. 



ELAINE ADAMSON, dau. of Lloyd Bullock Adamson and Opal Wadley, 
was b. 8 Feb. 1930, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md . 17 Sept. 1951, 
BENJAMIN HUNSAKER DAVIS, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He 
was b. 16 Feb. 1927, Ogden, Weber, Utah; son of John Ira Davis and 
Monida Emily Hunsaker. Elaine and Benjamin had the following children: 

# 1. Stephen Ben Davis, b. 25 Mar. 1957, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

# 2. Shauna Davis, b. 28 Apr. 1958, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

# 3. Cheryl Elaine Davis, b. 25 Aug. 1962, Denver, Denver, Colorado. 

WILLARD BYRON ADAMSON, son of Thomas Adamson and Emily Ellen 
Bullock, was b. 21 Nov. 1895, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. (1) 
9 Oct. 1918, MAUD DAVIS, at Provo, Utah, Utah. She was b. 6 Aug. 1901, 
Wallsburg, Wasatch, Utah; d. 17 Feb. 1957, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
bur. 21 Feb. 1957, Pleasant Grove cemetery, Utah, Utah; dau. of William 
Ray Davis and Matilda Fausett. Willard Byron and Maud had the follow- 
ing children: 

# 1. Mariam Adamson, b. 18 Dec. 1919, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 

25 Apr. 1941, (Dr.) Dale Hilton West. 



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* 2. Grant Allen Adamson , b. 14 Sept. 1921, Heber , Wasatch, Utah; tnd. 

24 Feb. 1941, Anna Boren. 

* 3. Willard Boyd Adamson, b. 27 Nov. 1929, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 22 May 1954, Jessie Lucile Johnson. 

* 4. Nyle D Adamson, b. 13 Nov. 1931, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 16 Oct. 1954, Lorraine Lewis. 

* 5. Arlen Ray Adamson, b. 21 Sept. 1933, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 8 Nov. 1957, Janice Spainhower. 

* 6. Virginia Adamson, b. 24 Mar. 1936, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 13 July 1953, Leo Hacking Ault. 

* 7. Janice Adamson, b. 18 Feb. 1939, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 

7 Mar. 1958, Owen Keith Brown. 

Willard Byron md . (2) 23 June 1960, ANN LILLIAN SINGLETON, at 
Provo, Utah, Utah. She was b. 27 Dec. 1897, American Fork, Utah, Utah; 
dau. of Thomas Singleton and Eliza Jane Summers. Willard Byron and 
Ann had no children. 



MARIAM ADAMSON, dau. of Willard Byron Adamson and Maud Davis, 
was b. 18 Dec. 1919, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 25 Apr. 1941, 
(Dr.) DALE HILTON WEST, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He 
was b. 6 Mar. 1918, Provo, Utah, Utah; son of John Everett West and 
Ethel Mae Hilton. Mariam and Dale had the following children: 

* 1. Jeannine West, b. 11 Oct. 1942, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 
25 Apr. 1963, Ralph Burton Haymore . 

2. Richard Hilton West, b. 27 July 1949, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

3. Katharine Ann West, b. 9 Apr. 1957, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

JEANNINE WEST, dau. of (Dr.) Dale Hilton West and Mariam Adamson, 
was b. 11 Oct. 1942, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 25 Apr. 1963, 
RALPH BURTON HAYMORE, in the Manti Temple, Sanpete, Utah. He was b. 
11 June 1940, Provo, Utah, Utah; son of Frank Reynard Haymore and 
Lela Finlayson. 



GRANT ALLEN ADAMSON, son of Willard Byron Adamson and Maud Davis, 
was b. 14 Sept. 1921, Heber, Wasatch, Utah; md. 24 Feb. 1941, ANNA 
BOREN, at Wallsburg, Wasatch, Utah. She was b. 18 June 1920, Charles- 
ton, Wasatch, Utah; dau. of Archie Boren and Myrtle Daybell. Grant 
and Anna had the following children: 

1. Allen Grant Adamson, b. 14 Feb. 1943, Fairfield, Solano, Calif. 

2. Larry B Adamson, b. 16 May 1945, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Darryl D Adamson, b. 31 Aug. 1950, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

4. Kelvin B Adamson, b. 24 Oct. 1954, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

5. Jay D Adamson, b. 26 Dec. 1957, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



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WILLARD BOYD ADAMSON, son of Willard Byron Adamson and Maud 
Davis, was b. 27 Nov. 1929, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 22 May 
1954, JESSIE LUCILLE JOHNSON, at Elko, Elko, Nevada. She was b. 15 
Feb. 1935, Lake View, Utah, Utah; dau . of Howard Antone Johnson and 
Olive Aileen Shepherd. Willard Boyd and Jessie Lucille had the fol- 
lowing children: 

1. Michael Boyd Adamson, b. 13 Apr. 1955, Provo , Utah, Utah. 



NYLE D ADAMSON, son of Willard Byron Adamson and Maud Davis, was 
b. 13 Nov. 1931, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 12 May 1961, near Cody, 
Park, Wyoming; bur. 17 May 1961, Pleasant Grove cemetery, Utah, Utah; 
md. 16 Oct. 1954, LORRAINE LEWIS, at Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah. She 
was b. 10 Feb. 1932, Duchesne, Unitah, Utah; dau. of Ray E. Lewis and 
Wanda Smith. Nyle and Lorraine had the following children: 

1. Randy Nyle Adamson, b. 29 Apr. 1958, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Suzanne Adamson, b. 19 Aug. 1959, Powell, Park, Wyoming. 



ARLEN RAY ADAMSON, son of Willard Byron Adamson and Maud Davis, 
was b. 21 Sept. 1933, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 8 Nov. 1957, 
JANICE SPAINHOWER, at American Fork, Utah, Utah. She was b. 9 Mar. 
1935, Culver City, Los Angeles, California; dau. of William E. Spain- 
hower and Ila Lindstrom. Arlen Ray and Janice had the following 
children: 

1. Arlen Bradley Adamson, b. 13 Jan. 1959, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Cynthia Adamson, b. 30 Apr. 1961, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



VIRGINIA ADAMSON, dau. of Willard Byron Adamson and Maud Davis, 
was b. 24 Mar. 1936, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 13 July 1953, 
LEO HACKING AULT, in Manti Temple, Sanpete, Utah. He was b. 28 May 
1932, Cedar Fort, Utah, Utah; son of Alvin Owen Ault and Winnie Hack- 
ing. Virginia and Leo had the following children: 

1. Leo John Ault, b. 4 Feb. 1954, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Arlen Hacking Ault, b. 16 Mar. 1957, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Julia Ann Ault, b. 19 Apr. 1959, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



JANICE ADAMSON, dau. of Willard Byron Adamson and Maud Davis, 
was b. 18 Feb. 1939, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 7 Mar. 1958, 
OWEN KEITH BROWN, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 
27 Apr. 1937, Ogden, Weber, Utah; son of Owen LaMont Brown and Clau- 
dia Nedra Fisher. 



NEWELL DEWEY ADAMSON, son of Thomas Adamson and Emily Ellen 
Bullock, was b. 15 July 1898, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 2 Aug. 
1960, Heber, Wasatch, Utah; bur. 5 Aug. 1960, Pleasant Grove cemetery, 
Utah, Utah; md . 29 Oct. 1919, MARGARET GRAHAM, at Heber, Wasatch, 



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Utah. She was b. 15 May 1900, Wallsburg, Wasatch, Utah; dau. of Robert 
D. Graham and Annie Hutchinson. Newell Dewey and Margaret had the fol- 
lowing children: 

* 1. Jean Adamson, b. 10 Aug. 1921, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 

16 Sept. 1940, Leo Gene Oler. 

* 2. Maxine Adamson, b. 26 Sept. 1922, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 8 Oct. 1945, Ernest LeRoy Sadleir. 

* 3. Dewey Newell Adamson, b. 27 Apr. 1925, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 2 May 1946, Eloise Shields. 

* 4. Robert G Adamson, b. 2 Dec. 1928, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 15 Apr. 1950, Lynne Hall Nelson. 

* 5. Geraldine Adamson, b. 6 July 1932, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 27 Sept. 1950, Wayne Golden Peay. 
6. Dennis Kay Adamson, b. 2 Feb. 1941, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

JEAN ADAMSON, dau. of Newell Dewey Adamson and ^argaret Graham, 
was b. 10 Aug. 1921, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 16 Sept. 1940, 
LEO GENE OLER, at Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah. He was b. 29 Oct. 1913, 
Shelley, Bingham, Idaho; son of Oscar Oler and Olive Nelson. Jean and 
Leo and the following child: 

* 1. Leo Gene Oler, Jr., b. 8 Aug. 1941, Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho; md. 2 Nov. 1960, Cynthia Ann Monaghan. 



LEO GENE OLER, Jr., son of Leo Gene Oler and Jean Adamson, was 
b. 8 Aug. 1941, Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho; md. 2 Nov. 1960, 
CYNTHIA ANN MONAGHAN, at Chicago, Cook, Illinois. She was b. 12 Nov. 
1941, Dearborn, Wayne, Michigan; dau. of Francis Monaghan and Lora 
Ann Pritchard. 



MAXINE ADAMSON, dau. of Newell Dewey Adamson and Margaret Graham, 
was b. 26 Sept. 1922, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 8 Oct. 1945, 
ERNEST LeROY SADLEIR, at Phenix City, Russell, Alabama. He was b. 20 
Jan. 1922, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son of Frederick Bert 
Sadleir and Sophia Pullman. No children. 



DEWEY NEWELL ADAMSON, son of Newell Dewey Adamson and Margaret 
Graham, was b. 27 Apr. 1925, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 2 May 
1946, ELOISE SHIELDS, at Elko, Elko, Nevada. She was b. 16 Jan. 1929, 
Tooele, Tooele, Utah; dau. of Hoyt Shields and Cleone Bullock. Dewey 
Newell and Eloise had the following children: 

1. Dennis Newell Adamson, b. 18 Jan. 1948, American Fork, Utah. 

2. Don Michael Adamson, b. 24 Aug. 1949, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Kathryn Adamson, b. 21 Mar. 1956, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

4. Myron Dean Adamson, b. 20 Mar. 1959, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



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ROBERT G ADAMSON, son of Newell Dewey Adamson and Margaret 
Graham, was b. 2 Dec. 1928, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 15 Apr. 
1950, LYNNE HALL NELSON, at Ely, White Pine, Nevada. She was b. 23 
Aug. 1952, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. of Albion Nelson and 
Alice Haines. Robert and Lynne had the following children: 

1. Robert Scott Adamson, b. 17 Feb. 1951, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Shauna Adamson, b. 11 Feb. 1953, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Dianne Adamson, b. 15 Feb. 1955, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

4. Colby Lynn Adamson, b. 30 Mar. 1956, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

5. Margo Adamson, b. 29 July 1959, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

GERALDINE ADAMSON, dau. of Newell Dewey Adamson and Margaret 
Graham, was b. 6 July 1932, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 27 Sept. 
1950, WAYNE GOLDEN PEAY, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He 
was b. 17 Aug. 1930, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; son of Golden B. Peay 
and Estella Johnson. Geraldine and Wayne had the following children: 

1. Cheri Lee Peay, b. 22 Apr. 1953, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Connie Lyne Peay, b. 10 Apr. 1956, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Kevin Wayne Peay,b.ill Aug. 1961, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



PAUL ALEXANDER ADAMSON, son of Thomas Adamson and Emily Ellen 
Bullock, was b. 20 Apr. 1900, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 16 July 
1924, WINIFRED ELDES SMITH, in Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah; 
She was b. 14 Feb. 1902, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; dau. of Earl C. 
Smith and Elizabeth Baxter. Paul and Winifred had the following child- 
ren : 

* 1. Kenneth Paul Adamson, b. 24 July 1925, American Fork, Utah, 

Utah; md . 29 June 1949, Lillian Darlene Ercanbrack. 

* 2. Vyva Raquel Adamson, b. 14 Sept. 1930, Provo , Utah, Utah; md . 

27 Dec. 1951, Gordon Orlando Condie. 



KENNETH PAUL ADAMSON, son of Paul Alexander Adamson and Winifred 
Eldes Smith, was b. 24 July 1925, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 29 
June 1949, LILLIAN DARLENE ERCANBRACK, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt 
Lake, Utah. She was b. 12 Aug. 1927, Provo, Utah, Utah; dau. of Wel- 
don Ercanbrack and Lillian Jasper. Kenneth and Lillian had the fol- 
lowing children: 

1. Cheryl Sue Adamson, b. 3 Feb. 1951, Urbana , Champaign, Illinois. 

2. Jan Lorie Adamson, b. 18 Sept. 1952, Clovis, Curry, New Mexico. 

3. Jill Elline Adamson, b. 24 May 1957, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

4. Jeffrey Paul Adamson, b. 15 Apr. 1962, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

VYVA RAQUEL ADAMSON, dau. of Paul Alexander Adamson and Winifred 
Eldes Smith, was b. 14 Sept. 1930, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 27 Dec. 
1951, GORDON ORLANDO CONDIE, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
He was b. 30 Dec. 1927, Logan, Cache, Utah; son of Orlando J. Condie 
and Violet Moonie. Vyva Raquel and Gordon had the following children: 



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1. Debra Condie, b. 22 Nov. 1952, Frovo , Utah, Utah. 

2. Rebecca Condie, b. 15 Sept. 1958, Frovo , Utah. 

3. Gordon Craig Condie, b. 22 Sept. 1962, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 



DAVID ALLEN ADAMSON, son of Thomas Adamson and Emily Ellen Bul- 
lock, was b. 11 Oct. 1906, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 12 Jan. 
1936, Provo, Utah, Utah; bur. 15 Jan. 1936, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 
Utah; md. 20 Apr. 1929, NELLIE RAE CUMMINGS , at Farmington, Davis, 
Utah. She was b. 31 Mar. 1906, Heber, Wasatch, Utah; son of Joseph 
S. Cummings and Susan Lavernia Alexander. David and Nellie had the 
following children: 

* 1. Kathleen Rae Adamson, b. 26 Oct. 1932, Pleasant Grove, Utah; md. 

31 Aug. 1953, John Lael Harvey. 

* 2. David Cummings Adamson, b. 3 Nov. 1934, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 22 Oct. 1958, Dawnette Kohler. 



KATHLEEN RAE ADAMSON, dau. of David Allen Adamson and Nellie Rae 
Cummings, was b. 26 Oct. 1932, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 31 Aug. 
1953, JOHN LAEL HARVEY, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He 
was b. 14 Mar. 1927, Heber, Wasatch, Utah; son of John Francis Harvey 
and Lucille Woodland Henderson. Kathleen and John had the following 
children: 

1. Susan Rae Harvey, b. 12 Jan. 1957, Chinook, Blaine, Montana. 

2. Mark Allen Harvey, b. 11 Sept. 1958, Chinook, Blaine, Montana. 



DAVID CUMMINGS ADAMSON, son of David Allen Adamson and Nellie Rae 
Cummings, was b. 3 Nov. 1934, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 22 Oct. 
1958, DAWNETTE KOHLER, in the S a lt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She 
was b. 20 Feb. 1939, Heber, Wasatch, Utah; dau. of Reed Karl Kohler 
and Elda Olsen. David and Dawnette had the following children: 

1. Alan K. Adamson, b. 30 Aug. 1959, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

2. David Reed Adamson, b. 16 Sept. 1961, Roosevelt, Duchesne, Utah. 



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WILLIAM ALEXANDER BULLOCK, son of Alexander Hill Bullock and 
Emily Caroline Harris, was b. 25 June 1865, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; d. 19 June 1943, Lindon, Utah, Utah; bur. 22 June 1943, Pleas- 
ant Grove, Utah, Utah; rad. 14 Dec. 1887, CLARA ELLEN MARROTT, in the 
Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. 

William was born in a two-room adobe house in Sugar House Ward 
in Salt Lake City, on the old Marchand farm which was owned by Daniel 
H. Wells. He visited with the Wells' family many times. His father 
worked there as a teamster. His Aunt Martha, on his mother's side 
of the family, was one of Daniel H. Wells' wives. This brought the 
family into close relationships. 

Although very young, William remembered seeing Brigham Young on 
many occasions. He saw him often watering his horses and mules at the 
Eagle Gate, where President Young and his father brought their cattle. 
William recalled President Heber J. Grant as a boy, visiting their 
home many times. President Grant later married William's cousin, Emily 
Wells. 

In 1870 at the time of the completion of the railroad between 
Ogden and Salt Lake City a celebration was held. William went with 
his family in a wagon to the event. William was sitting on the back 
of the wagon. His father had to use the whip on the mules, and as it 
came back it wrapped around William's neck. Due to the excitement of 
the celebration, the accident was soon forgotten by all except William, 
to him it was very painful. However, they journeyed on and saw Pres- 
ident Young drive the spike. 

At the time of the cricket invasion of Salt Lake Valley William 
was not yet five. Although very young he could remember being stung 
of the face by their wings, and how dark they made the sun because 
of their great swarms. 

At the age of five his parents moved from Salt Lake City in 1870. 
They went to Pleasant Grove, Utah, where his parents took care of the 
Wells farm. They lived in a two-room adobe house for some time, later 
adding two additional rock rooms. William helped his father on the 
farm, and assisted on the United Order when it first started in Plea- 
sant Grove. When very young he herded cattle, taking them every 
morning down along the shores of Utah Lake, and bringing them home in 
the evening. He would be very tired because of the long walk. His 
feet would become sore from the sand burrs. He only had one pair of 
shoes, which he saved for Sunday. William also drove a yoke of oxen 
on a plow when he was so small he had to reach up to take hold of 
the plough handles. He also hauled wood from the canyon with his 
father; and on occasions made the trip alone. 

William attended church in the old meeting house which stood on 
the southwest corner of the City Park in Pleasant Grove. Later it 
burned down. When the Primary organization began in Pleasant Grove 



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he held the office of treasurer in this organization for some time. 
There was just one class, and the teacher would read or have the 
pupils read from the Bible. William had very little schooling, and 
what he did receive was during the winter months, for early spring 
and fall he had to help on the farm. Each child paid a tuition for 
schooling. Sometimes it was paid in script, produce, or board and 
room for the teacher. William also attended the Brigham Young Acad- 
emy part of one winter at Provo , Utah. About once a year William 
would go to Salt Lake City to visit with relatives. 

William's grandmother, Mary Givens Harris, came to live with his 
parents, after the death of her husband. She would tell the grand- 
children stories of slaves her parents owned while living in the South. 
She said that one timeshe was asked to go upstairs for something. They 
were not allowed to take a candle with them, because cotton was stored 
there. As she was feeling around she placed her hand on the back of a 
negro. She was very frightened and went to call her father. The negro 
begged not to be sent to his old master, who beat his slaves. But it 
was the law and her father was forced to return the negro. She taught 
William to knit, and he finally mastered the art well enough to knit 
himself a pair of garters. 

William was about twenty-two years of age, when his father was 
called on a mission to New Zealand. He being the oldest boy, had the 
responsibility of providing for those left at home. He also assisted 
his father's second wife and family. 

William met Clara Ellen Marrott of the city and a very beautiful 
courtship followed. They were married in the Logan Temple in 1887. They 
lived in two rooms of his parents home for about five years, where the 
first two children were born. They then built a two room rock house 
just east of his father's. William and Clara went through many hard- 
ships and trials, but through their good management they kept out of 
debt. Later William obtained a job on the Union Pacific Railroad with 
the section crew, where he worked for two years. He was then employed 
by A.K. Thornton & Sons Company in the lumber business. He hardly 
missed a day's work for thirty-one years. He was highly respected for 
his honesty and reliability. He was kind and loving to all. He retired 
at the age of seventy-two on 15 May 1937. 

After the death of his wife in 1934 he went to live with his 
daughter Eva. Later they bought a farm in Lindon, and he went to live 
with them on the farm. He sold his home to his daughter Mary and her 
husband. After the death of Eva, he went to live with his daughter 
Louise and her husband. He died at their home on 19 June 1943, and 
was buried in the Pleasant Grove cemetery, Utah. 



CLARA ELLEN MARROTT, dau . of William Marrott and Louisa Fowlke , 
was b. 8 Jan. 1867, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 4 Aug. 1934, Plea- 
sant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 4 Aug. 1934, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
md. 14 Dec. 1887, WILLIAM ALEXANDER BULLOCK, in the Logan Temple, 



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Cache, Utah. She was the fifth child of a family of fifteen. 

When Clara's parents first came to Pleasant Grove, Utah, to live, 
they had a dugout for a dwelling. They endured many hardships as did 
many of the pioneer families. Shortly afterward they built a two room 
home from rock. Although she came from a large family, they were always 
well provided and never went hungry. 

Clara was the second oldest daughter in the family, and many house- 
hold tasks were given to her when she was very small. One job was to help 
care for the babies. She held them in a chair when her feet would not 
touch the floor. She washed and dried dishes when she had to stand on 
a chair in order to do her work. As she became older, she took her turn 
mixing and baking the bread for the family, making twenty-four large 
loaves every other day. She also helped with the family washing, using 
a scrubbing board at an early age. 

In the wintertime the family would gather around the fireplace. 
They would sing songs and take turns reading the Bible. In school she 
went as far as they could in those days, to the fifth reader. She went 
five weeks at a time, the cost was S3. 00 a term. Although there was a 
large family, each child was given the same opportunity to go to school. 
They had to take turns however, going to school. 

During harvest time Clara and her sister Mary would go out in the 
fields and glean barley and wheat, or gather ground cherries. Her fat- 
her would get Old Tom an oxen they used on the farm, and take them to 
American Fork to sell or trade what they had gathered. In this way she 
would purchase material for her clothing, doing most of the sewing by 
hand. Her clothes would have small pin tucks and would take many hours 
to sew. At times she would walk four miles to sew on her sister-in- 
laws sewing machine, and walk the four miles home. 

As Clara Ellen grew older, she worked in the homes of other peo- 
ple, providing for herself and helping with the family in many ways. 
She worked very hard, and received the small amount of fifty cents a 
week. The floors were bare and she would scrub the boards with sand 
and wood ashes, and they had to be scrubbed the long way of the wood 
grain. Along with the household tasks, she would feed and water the 
cattle, cut rags for carpets, and cut and dry fruit. 

Clara worked for a family that was wealthy. Often while making 
up the beds she would find bags of money they had hidden between the 
feather ticks, and under rugs. They had a milk pan of twenty dollar 
gold pieces, and during the time she worked there she saw it many 
times. Although she was reared in a large family and had been depriv- 
ed of many things, her parents had taught her to be honest. Never at 
any time did she take money she found lying around, even though she 
worked hard and earned more that she was paid. All through her life, 
honesty was one of her virtues. 

Clara was courted by William Alexander Bullock; and they were 
married on 14 Dec. 1887 in the Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. They were 



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the parents of eight children, four girls and four boys. Clara was 
an excellent house wife and mother. She was loved by all those that 
came in contact with her. She was very liberal with whatever she 
had, and was always happiest when giving and doing for others. Clara 
had a sunny disposition, and was often laughing and making fun for 
the family or others. She was very fond of singing, and was a member 
of the choir in her younger years. She worked as a visiting teacher 
of the Relief Society until her health failed. She died on 4 Aug. 
1934 at her home. She had been operated on for cancer a few days 
earlier, but did not survive the operation. She was survived by her 
husband and seven children. 



William Alexander Bullock and Clara Ellen Marrott had the follow- 
ing children: 

* 1. Mary Ellen Bullock, b. 5 Jan. 1889, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md . 30 June 1911, Samuel Ovid Jorgensen. 

* 2. Irving Bullock, b. 13 Sept. 1891, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 23 Nov. 1910, Cora Mirinda Carlson. 

* 3. Cleone Bullock, b. 23 Dec. 1893, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 17 June 1925, Hoyt Shields. 

* 4. Virgil William Bullock, b. 6 Feb. 1897, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 28 Aug. 1918, Nancy Nellie Burr. 

* 5. Emily Louise Bullock, b. 31 Dec. 1899, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 18 Dec. 1918, Per Victor Viklund. 

* 6. Eva Bullock, b. 9 Feb. 1902, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 

7 Nov. 1929, Alroy Gillman. 

* 7. Harold Harris Bullock, b. 7 Nov. 1905, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 30 June 1932, Lola Robbins. 
8. Leo Alexander Bullock, b. 22 Feb. 1909, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 
Utah; d. 18 Mar. 1909; unmd. 



MARY ELLEN BULLOCK, dau . of William Alexander Bullock and Clara 
Ellen Marrott, was b. 5 Jan. 1889, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 
30 June 1911, SAMEUL OVID JORGENSEN, at Provo , Utah, Utah. He was 
b. 26 Nov. 1888, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; son of Hans Jorgensen 
and Wilhelmina Marie Jacobson. Mary and Samuel had the following 
children: 

* 1. Samuel Eldores Jorgensen, b. 28 Sept. 1912, Pleasant Grove, 

Utah; md. 9 June 1942, Frances Christine Fields. 

* 2. George Emerson Jorgensen, b. 26 June 1914, Lincoln, Tooele, 

Utah; md. 11 Oct. 1940, Claudia Fleming. 

* 3. Helen Clara Jorgensen, b. 10 June 1916, Lincoln, Tooele, Utah; 

md. 10 Jan. 1938, Edwin John Degelbeck. 

* 4. Gladys Marie Jorgensen, b. 12 Apr. 1918, Ophir, Tooele, Utah; 

md. 15 Oct. 1938, Harold James Degelbeck. 

* 5. William Mark Jorgensen, b. 31 Jan. 1921, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 1 June 1944, Gayle Hacking. 

* 6. Harold Max Jorgensen, b. 14 Oct. 1922, Ophir, Tooele, Utah; 

md. 10 July 1946, Maurine Sadie Beck. 



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Glen Alexander Jorgensen, b. 5 June 1925, Ophir , Tooele, Utah; 

md. 17 Nov. 1948, Erma Lois Larson. 

Gerald B Jorgensen, b. 23 Aug. 1927, Ophir, Tooele, Utah; md. 19 

June 1951, Faye Street. 

Arlene Louise Jorgensen, b. 3 Apr. 1935, Tooele, Tooele, Utah. 



SAMUEL ELDORES JORGENSEN, son of Samuel Ovid Jorgensen and Mary 
Ellen Bullock, was b. 28 Sept. 1912, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 
9 June 1942, FRANCES CHRISTINE FIELDS, at Flagstaff, Coconino, Ariz- 
ona. She was b. 21 Oct. 1912, Marble City, Sequoyah, Oklahoma; dau . 
of George W. Fields and Betty Moore. No children. 

GEORGE EMERSON JORGENSEN, son of Samuel Ovid Jorgensen and Mary 
Ellen Bullock, was b. 26 June 1914, Lincoln, Tooele, Utah; md. 11 
Oct. 1940, CLAUDIA FLEMING, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. She 
was b. 2 June 1921, Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho; dau. of Claude 
Fleming and Alice Imogene Wierman. George Emerson and Claudia had the 
following children: 

* 1. Samuel Claude Jorgensen, b. 5 Apr. 1941, San Francisco, San Fran- 

cisco, California; md. 11 Mar. 1961, Marlene Ruth Nix. 
2. Carol Louise Jorgensen, md. 2 May 1943, Tooele, Tooele, Utah. 

* 3. Meri Elyn Jorgensen, b. 2 Apr. 1945, Tooele, Tooele, Utah; md. 

7 Sept. 1962, Roger Gregrich. 



SAMUEL CLAUDE JORGENSEN, son of George Emerson Jorgensen and 
Claudia Fleming, was b. 5 Apr. 1941, San Francisco, San Francisco, 
California; md. 11 Mar. 1961, MARLENE RUTH NIX, at Elko, Elko, Nev- 
ada. She was b. 8 Apr. 1940, Tooele, Tooele, Utah; dau. of Foster 
Nix and Thelma Elizabeth McBride. Samuel and Marlene had the follow- 
ing children: 



Samuel William Jorgensen, 
Salt Lake, Utah. 



11 Sept. 1961, Salt Lake City, 



MERI ELYN JORGENSEN, dau. of George Emerson Jorgensen and Clau- 
dia Fleming, was b. 2 Apr. 1945, Tooele, Tooele, Utah; md. 7 Sept. 
1962, ROGER GREGRICH, at Tooele, Tooele, Utah. He was b. 11 May 1942, 
Tooele, Tooele, Utah; son of Joseph Gregrich and Thelma May Kim- 
brough. 



HELEN CLARA JORGENSEN, dau. of Samuel Ovid Jorgensen and Mary 
Ellen Bullock, was b. 10 June 1916, Lincoln, Tooele, Utah; md. 10 
Jan. 1938, EDWIN JOHN DEGELBECK, at Provo , Utah, Utah. He was b. 23 
May 1913, Fairfield, Utah, Utah; son of John Henry Degelbeck and Alice 
Ann Young. Helen and Edwin had the following children: 

1. Mary Alice Degelbeck, b. 9 June 1938, Ophir, Tooele, Utah. 

2. Deanna Kay Degelbeck, b. 19 July 1941, Lehi , Utah, Utah. 



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Samuel Ovid Jorgensen 



Mary Kll en Bullock 






Samuel Eldores 



George Emerson 



psp 1 ■•&::*.■:'■ 
Helen Clara 






Gladys Marie William Mark 



Harold Max 






Gerald B. 



Arlene Louise 



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Frances Christine Fields Samuel Eldores Jorgensen 




George Emerson Jorgensen and Claudia Fleming family. Left to 
right: Carol Louise, George Emerson Jorgensen, Claudia Fleming, iieri 
Elyn. Inset: Samuel Claude. 



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Karold Max Jorgensen and Maurine Sadie Beck family. Left to right: 
iNed Reed, Harold Max Jorgensen, Elaine Maurine, Maurine Sadie Beck, Dan 
Max. In front, left to right: Debra Ann, Kent E. 




Glen Alexander Jorgensen and Erma Lois Larson family. Left to 
right: Glen Alexander Jorgensen, Lary Glen, David Kay, Erma Lois 
Larson. In front: Ronald L. 

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3. Carolyn Degelbeck, b. 24 Dec. 1944, Lehi , Utah, Utah. 

4. Max Edwin Degelbeck, b. 22 Mar. 1946, Lehi, Utah, Utah. 

5. Scott J Degelbeck, b. 7 Jan. 1948, Lehi, Utah, Utah. 

6. Christine Degelbeck, b. 22 Mar. 1950, Tooele, Tooele, Utah. 

GLADYS MARIE JOKGENSEN , dau . of Samuel Ovid Jorgensen and Mary 
Ellen Bullock, was b. 12 Apr. 1918, Ophir , Tooele, Utah; rod. 15 Oct. 
1938, HAKOLD JAMES DEGELBECK, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. He 
was b. 26 Jan. 1915, Fairfield, Utah, Utah; son of John Henry Degel- 
beck and Alice Ann Young. Gladys Marie and Harold had the following 
children: 

* 1. Jo Ann Degelbeck, b. 8 Feb. 1940, Tooele, Tooele, Utah; md. 17 

Nov. 1961, Merrill Junior Wathen. 

* 2. Susan Marie Degelbeck, b. 3 Apr. 1943, Tooele, Tooele, Utah; md . 

28 Feb. 1960, Carl Stanley Clark. 
3. Eileen Degelbeck, b. 6 Nov. 1944, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

JO ANN DEGELBECK, dau. of Harold James Degelbeck and Gladys Marie 
Jorgensen, was b. 8 Feb. 1940, Tooele, Tooele, Utah; md. 17 Nov. 1961, 
MERRILL JUNIOR WATHEN, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He 
was b. 17 Mar. 1938, Lehi, Utah, Utah; son of Merrill William Wathen 
and Gundrun Johnsen. Jo Ann and Merrill had the following children: 

1. Paula Wathen, b. 29 July 1963, Provo , Utah, Utah. 



SUSAN MARIE DEGELBECK, dau. of Harold James Degelbeck and Gladys 
Marie Jorgensen, was b. 3 Apr. 1943, Tooele, Tooele, Utah; md. 28 Feb. 
1960, CARL STANLEY CLARK, at Lehi, Utah, Utah. He was b. 1 May 1943, 
Lehi, Lehi, Utah; son of Keith Clark and Violet Jean Gray. Susan and 
Carl had the following children: 

1. Brian Carl Clark, b. 18 July 1960, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



WILLIAM MARK JORGENSEN, son of Samuel Ovid Jorgensen and Mary 
Ellen Bullock, was b. 31 Jan. 1921, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 
1 June 1944, GAYLE HACKING, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
She was b. 10 Apr. 1922, Lehi, Utah, Utah; dau. of Wayne Ezra Hacking 
and Fanny Arvilla Berry. William Mark and Gayle had the following 
children: 



ildren: 

1. Wayne Mark Jorgensen, b. 5 Mar. 1946, American Fork, Utah, Ut£ 

2. Lynn H Jorgensen, b. 15 May 1947, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Gloria Jean Jorgensen, b. 16 Sept. 1950, American Fork, Utah, 

4. Gordon Jorgensen, b. 10 Oct. 1953, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



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HAROLD MAX JORGENSEN, son of Samuel Ovid Jorgensen and Mary 
Ellen Bullock, was b„ 14 Oct. 1922, Ophir , Tooele, Utah; md. 10 July 
1946, MAURINE SADIE BECK, in the Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. She was b, 
26 Oct. 1922, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; dau. of Wesley Julius Beck 
and Sarah Delilah Atwood. Harold Max and Maurine had the following 
children : 

1. Elaine Maurine Jorgensen, b. 17 Sept. 1947, American Fork, Utah. 

2. Dan Max, Jorgensen , b. 8 Apr. 1950, American Fork, Utah, Utah . 

3. Ned Reed Jorgensen, b. 25 May 1952, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

4. Debra Ann Jorgensen, b. 28 May 1958, Provo , Utah, Utah. 

5. Kent E. Jorgensen, b. 19 Apr. 1961, Provo, Utah, Utah. 



GLEN ALEXANDER JORGENSEN, son of Samule Ovid Jorgensen and Mary 
Ellen Bullock, was b. 5 June 1925, Ophir, Tooele, Utah; md . 17 Nov. 
1948, ERMA LOIS LARSON, at Lehi , Utah, Utah. She was b. 25 Apr. 1926, 
Lehi , Utah, Utah; dau. of Neil Stephen Larson and Erma Fox. Glen and 
Erma Lois had the following children: 

1. Larry Glen Jorgensen, b. 17 May 1951, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. David Kay Jorgensen, b. 9 July 1952, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Ronald L Jorgensen, b. 23 July 1956, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



GERALD B JORGENSEN, son of Samuel Ovid Jorgensen and Mary Ellen 
Bullock, was b. 23 Aug. 1927, Ophir, Tooele, Utah; md. 19 June 1951, 
FAYE STREET, at Lehi, Utah, Utah. She was b. 4 Mar. 1931, Lehi, Utah, 
Utah; dau. of Edwin Isaac Street and Mabel Annette Peterson. Gerald 
and Faye had the following children: 

1. Craig S Jorgensen, b. 1 Mar. 1953, Lehi, Utah, Utah. 

2. Judy Jorgensen, b. 27 Aug. 1956, Lehi, Utah, Utah. 



IRVING BULLOCK, son of William Alexander Bullock and Clara Ellen 
Marrott, was b. 13 Sept. 1891, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 1 May 
1945, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; bur. 5 May 1945, Pleasant Grove 
cemetery, Utah, Utah; md. 23 Nov. 1910, CORA MIRINDA CARLSON, at Provo, 
Utah, Utah. She was b. 3 May 1893, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; dau. of 
Charles Carlson and Caroline Marie Haas (Lochhaas). Irving and Cora 
had the following children: 

* 1. Cecil Irving Bullock, b„ 19 Jan. 1916, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 24 Sept. 1936, Hazel Elaine Johnson. 

* 2. (Dr.) Kenneth C Bullock, b. 8 Sept. 1918, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 8 Sept. 1938 s Annie Alena Gardiner. 

* 3. Glade C Bullock, b. 1 Jan. 1922, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 7 Aug. 1946, Hazel Geraldine Hardman. 

* 4. Therold C Bullock, b. 6 Sept. 1925, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. (1) 30 June 1942, Wanda Mae Miner; md. (2) 26 Nov. 1953, 
Leah Frances Merkley. 

* 5. Betty Louise Bullock, b. 20 Oct. 1927, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 4 Sept. 1945, Don James Finlayson. 

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CECIL IRVING BULLOCK, son of Irving Bullock and Cora Mirinda 
Carlson, was b. 19 Jan. 1916, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 24 Sept. 
1936, HAZEL ELAINE JOHNSON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
She was b. 18 Oct. 1916, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; dau . of Charles 
Gustav Johnson and Edith Ash. Cecil and Hazel had the following 
children : 

* 1. Cecil Kent Bullock, b. 7 Nov. 1937, San Francisco, San Francisco, 

California; md. 10 June 1960, Doris Olive Crystal. 

* 2. Kathleen Bullock, b. 23 Jan. 1943, San Jose, Santa Clara, Calif.; 

md. 31 Aug. 1961, John Reed Larsen , Jr. 

3. David Charles Bullock, b. 26 Feb. 1945, Provo , Utah, Utah. 

4. Gerald Irving Bullock, b. 26 July 1947, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

5. Peggy Elaine Bullock, b. 10 Sept. 1952, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

CECIL KENT BULLOCK, son of Cecil Irving Bullock and Hazel Elaine 
Johnson, was b. 7 Nov. 1935, San Francisco, San Francisco, California; 
md. 10 June 1960, DORIS OLIVE CRYSTAL, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt 
Lake, Utah. She was b. 9 June 1937, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; dau. 
of Reed William Crystal and Elizabeth Christensen. 

KATHLEEN BULLOCK, dau. of Cecil Irving Bullock and Hazel Elaine 
Johnson, was b. 23 Jan. 1943, San Jose, Santa Clara, California; md. 
31 Aug. 1961, JOHN REED LARSEN, Jr., a t Elko, Elko, Nevada. He was 
b. 19 Oct. 1942, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son of John Reed 
Larsen, Sr. and Mary Beatrice Harrison. 

(Dr.) KENNETH C BULLOCK, son of Irving Bullock and Cora Mirinda 
Carlson, was b. 8 Sept. 1918, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 8 Sept. 
1938, ANNIE ALENA GARDINER, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
She was b. 10 Dec. 1918, Lehi , Utah, Utah; dau. of Heber Gardiner and 
Catharine Eva Walker. Kenneth and Annie Had the following children: 

* 1. Kenneth G Bullock, b. 25 Dec. 1941, American Fork, Utah, Utah; 

md. 14 Sept. 1962, Carolyn Eames. 

* 2. Virginia Bullock, b. 5 Mar. 1944, American Fork, Utah, Utah; 

md. 11 Nov. 1961, John Sherman Webb. 

3. Mary Anne Bullock, b. 17 Apr. 1950, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

4. Sherilyn Bullock, b. 3 Nov. 1958, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

KENNETH G BULLOCK, son of Kenneth C Bullock and Annie Alena 
Gardiner was b. 25 Dec. 1941, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 14 
Sept. 1962, CAROLYN EAMES, in the Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. She was 
b. 3 Apr. 1941, Provo, Utah, Utah; dau. of David Ivo Eames and Sarah 
Estella Richardson. 

VIRGINIA BULLOCK, dau. of Kenneth C Bullock and Annie Alena 
Gardiner, was b. 5 Mar. 1944, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 11 Nov. 
1961, JOHN SHERMAN WEBB, at Provo, Utah, Utah. He was b. 15 Jan. 1944, 
Richfield, Sevier, Utah; son of Glyde Webb and Ileene Morrison. 

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Irving Bullock 



Cora Mirinda Carlson 






Cecil Irving 



Kenneth C 



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Therold C 



Betty Louise 



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Hazel Elaine Johnson 

Cecil Irving Bullock 





Cecil Kent Bullock 

Doris Olive Crystal 



Kathleen Bullock 
John Reed Larsen 




David Charles 





Peggy Elaine 



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Virginia and John had the following children: 

1. Terri Webb, b. 28 June 1962, Provo , Utah, Utah. 

GLADE C BULLOCK, son of Irving Bullock and Cora Mirinda Carlson, 
was b. 1 Jan. 1922, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; rnd . 7 Aug. 1946, HAZEL 
GERALDINE HARDMAN , at Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah. She was b. 24 May 
1924, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; dau. of James Edward Hardman and 
Stella Geneva Sundberg. Glade and Hazel had the following children: 

# 1. Shirley Colleen Bullock, b. 21 Dec. 1943, Provo, Utah, Utah; 

rnd. 9 Nov. 1962, John Lowell Austin. 

# 2. Jay LaMarr Bullock, b. 11 May 1947, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

# 3. Richard Glade Bullock, b. 20 Feb. 1953, Ogden , Weber, Utah. 

SHIRLEY COLEEN BULLOCK, dau. of Glade C Bullock and Hazel Gerald- 
ine Hardman, was b. 21 Dec. 1943, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 9 Nov. 1962, 
JOHN LOWELL AUSTIN, in the Manti Temple, Sanpete, Utah. He was b. 27 
Sept. 1942, American Fork, Utah, Utah; son of Frank Carlisle Austin 
and Louise Hamnett. Shirley and Lowell had the following children: 

1. Shirell Austin, b. 11 Aug. 1963, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

THEROLD C BULLOCK, son of Irving Bullock and Cora Mirinda Carlson, 
was b. 6 Sept. 1925, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. (1) 30 June 1942, 
WANDA MAE MINER, at Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah. She was b. 8 Apr. 1926, 
Orem, Utah, Utah; dau. of Arden Franklin Miner and Edna Mae York. 
Therold and Wanda had the following children: 

# 1. Anita Mae Bullock, b. 31 Jan. 1943, Orem, Utah, Utah; md. 24 

June 1961, Dennis Paul Walker. 

2. Arden Brett Bullock, b. 30 Dec. 1949, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

3. Michal T Bullock, b. 12 June 1951, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

Therold md. (2) LEAH FRANCES MERKLEY , at Pocatello, Bannock, 
Idaho. She was b„ 13 Mar. 1918, Wapello, Bingham, Idaho; dau. of Ray 
Edgar Merkley and Frances Estella Peterson. They had no children. 

ANITA MAE BULLOCK, dau. of Therold C Bullock and Wanda Mae Miner, 
was b. 31 Jan. 1943, Orem, Utah, Utah; md. 24 June 1961, DENNIS PAUL 
WALKER, at Whittier, Los Angeles, California. He was b. 15 Sept. 1942, 
Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California; son of Horace Elton Walker and 
Demma Leak . 

BETTY LOUISE BULLOCK, dau. of Irving Bullock and Cora Mirinda 
Carlson, was b. 20 Oct. 1927, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 4 Sept. 
1945, DON JAMES FINLAYSON , in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
He was b. 29 Sept. 1923, Provo, Utah, Utah; son of Fred Lloyd Finlay- 
son and Aimie Richards Taylor. Betty and Don had the following child- 
ren : 

1. Don Craig Finlayson, b. 28 Mar. 1947, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

2. Wayne B Finlayson, b. 9 Mar. 1949, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

3. Karen Finlayson, b. 25 Jan. 1952, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

4. Kaye Finlayson, b. 15 Dec. 1953, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

5. Janet Finlayson, b. 10 Dec. 1955, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

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CLEONE BULLOCK, dau . of William Alexander Bullock and Clara 
Ellen Marrott, was b. 23 Dec. 1893, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 
17 June 1925, HOYT SHIELDS, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
He was b. 17 Oct. 1894, Lake View, Tooele, Utah; son of John Gillis- 
pie Shields and Elsa Louise Hansen. Cleone and Hoyt had the following 
children: 

* 1. Wesley Eugene Shields, b. 1 Sept. 1926, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 15 Oct. 1949, Marilyn Simper. 

* 2. Eloise Shields, b. 16 Jan. 1929, Tooele, Utah, Utah; md. 2 May 

1946, Dewey Newell Adamson. 

* 3. Blaine M Shields, b. 26 Oct. 1932, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 7 Oct. 1953, Kaye Lael Johnson. 



WESLEY EUGENE SHIELDS, son of Hoyt Shields and Cleone Bullock, 
was b. 1 Sept. 1926, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 15 Oct. 1949, 
MARILYN SIMPER, at Elko, Elko, Nevada. She was b. 12 Mar. 1932, Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. of Noel Thomas Simper and Olivia 
Maurine Adamson. Wesley and Marilyn had the following children: 

1. Lora Lee Shields, b. 22 Apr. 1950, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Joelen Shields, b. 14 Sept. 1958, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



ELOISE SHIELDS, dau. of Hoyt Shields and Cleone Bullock, was b. 
16 Jan. 1929, Tooele, Tooele, Utah; md. 2 May 1946, DEWEY NEWELL 
ADAMSON, at Elko, Elko, Nevada. He was b. 27 Apr. 1925, Pleasant Grove, 
Utah, Utah; son of Newell Dewey Adamson and Margaret Graham. Eloise 
and Dewey Newell had the following children: 

1. Dennis Newell Adamson, b. 18 Jan. 1948, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Don Michael Adamson, b. 24 Aug. 1949, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Kathryn Adamson, b. 21 Mar. 1956, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

4. Myron Dean Adamson, b. 20 Mar. 1959, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



BLAINE M SHIELDS, son of Hoyt Shields and Cleone Bullock, was b. 
26 Oct. 1932, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 7 Oct. 1953, KAYE LAEL 
JOHNSON, at Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah. She was b. 18 Mar. 1936, 
Springville, Utah, Utah; dau. of Aaron LeRoy Johnson and Erma Lael 
Hansen. Blaine and Kaye had the following children: 

1. Terry Blaine Shields, b. 20 July 1955, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Lesa Kaye Shields, b. 20 Apr. 1959, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

VIRGIL WILLIAM BULLOCK, son of William Alexander Bullock and Clara 
Ellen Marrott, was b. 6 Feb. 1897, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 28 
Aug. 1918, NANCY NELLIE BURR, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
She was b. 11 Sept. 1898, Burrville, Sevier, Utah; dau. of Henry Uriah 
Burr and Julia Caroline Beal. Virgil and Nancy Nellie had the follow- 
ing children: 



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Hoyt Shields 



Cleone Bullock 




Wesley Eugene Shields family. Left 
to right: Lora Lee, Wesley Eugene, 
Joelen, Marilyn Simper. 



Eloise Shields family. Back row, 
left to right: Dewey Newell Adamson , 
Dennis Newell, Eloise. Front row, 
left to right: Don M., Myron Dean, 
Kathryn. 





Blaine Shields family. Back row, 
left to right: Kaye Lael Johnson, 
Blaine. Front row, left to right: 
Terry Blaine, Lesa Kaye. 



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* 1. Gale Virgil Bullock, b. 21 Feb. 1920, Burley, Cassia, Idaho; rod. 

19 Dec. 1942, Vera Maxine Loveless. 

* 2. William Grant Bullock, b. 23 Oct. 1921, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 14 Sept. 1944, Billie Sue Wilburn. t 

* 3. Elaine Bullock, b. 10 Nov. 1923, Orem , Utah, Utah; md. 19 June 

1946, Keith Fielding. 

* 4. Montell Burr Bullock, b. 9 June 1927, Orem, Utah, Utah; md . 17 

July 1946, Rhea Jean Madsen. 

* 5. Renee Bullock, b. 31 May 1929, Lehi , Utah, Utah; md. 27 Aug. 

1951, George Pierce Gappmayer. 

* 6. Richard Henry Bullock, b. 13 Oct. 1940, Provo , Utah, Utah; md . 

18 Sept. 1959, Faye LeRay Clements. 

GALE VIRGIL BULLOCK, son of Virgil William Bullock and Nancy 
Nellie Burr, was b. 21 Feb. 1920, Burley, Cassia, Idaho; md. 19 Dec. 
1942, VERA MAXINE LOVELESS, at Wilmington, Brunswick, North Carolina. 
She was b. 23 Aug. 1920, American Fork, Utah, Utah; dau . of Ray Ekins 
Loveless and Reba Cobbley. Gale and Vera Maxine had the following 
children : 

* 1. Vickie Lee Bullock, b. 9 Apr. 1944, American Fork, Utah, Utah; 

md. 18 July 1963, James Healy Palmer. 

2. Gayleen Bullock, b. 29 Sept. 1946, El Paso, El Paso, Texas. 

3. Jill Bullock, b. 21 Sept. 1948, El Paso, El Paso, Tex a s . 

4. Dean Ryan Bullock, b. 18 Apr. 1954, Fairbanks, Fourth Judicial 
Division, Alaska. 

5. Wendy Bullock, b. 7 Jan. 1956, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

6. Robin Bullock, b. 26 Feb. 1962, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



VICKIE LEE BULLOCK, dau. of Gale Virgil Bullock and Vera Maxine 
Loveless, was b. 9 Apr. 1944, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 18 July 
1963, in the Manti Temple, Sanpete, Utah, to JAMES HEALY PALMER. He 
was b. 1 Mar. 1944, Lehi, Utah, Utah; son of James Ellis Palmer and 
Minnie Louisa Healy. 



WILLIAM GRANT BULLOCK, son of Virgil William Bullock and Nancy 
Nellie Burr, was b. 23 Oct. 1921, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 
14 Sept. 1944, BILLIE SUE WILBURN, at Provo, Utah, Utah. She was b. 
17 May 1924, May wood , Los Angeles, California; dau. of Clyde Wilburn 
and Gladys Bandy. William Grant and Billie Sue had the following 
children : 

1. Kathyrn Sue Bullock, b. 17 July 1945, Bakersf ield , Kern, Calif. 

2. Constance Renee Bullock, b. 25 Feb. 1948, Provo, Utah, Utah. 



ELAINE BULLOCK, dau. of Virgil William Bullock and Nancy Nellie 
Burr, was b. 10 Nov. 1923, Orem, Utah, Utah; md. 19 June 1946, KEITH 
FIELDING, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 20 Feb. 
1921, Provo, Utah, Utah; son of Franklin Downs Fielding and Lydia 
Alice Hammond. Elaine and Keith had the following children: 



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Virgil William Bullock and Nancy Nellie Burr family. 
Back row, left to right: Renee , Virgil William Bullock, 
Nancy Nellie Burr, Elaine. Front row, left to right: 
Richard H. , Montell B. , William Grant, Gale Virgil. 




William Grant Bullock and Billie Sue Wilburn family, 
Back row, left to right: Constance Renee, Katherine Sue, 
Front row: William Grant Bullock, Billie Sue Wilburn. 



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left to right: Barbara Jean, Russell Keith. Front row, left 
to right: Patricia, Elaine Bullock, Keith Fielding, Marilee 




Montell Burr Bullock and Rhea Jean Madsen family. 
Back row, left to right: Kristin, Philip M. , Brent M. Front 
row, left to right: Rhea Jean Madsen, Sharine , Montell Burr 
Bullock. 



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Renee Bullock and George Pierce Gappmayer family. 
Back row: Susan. Front row, left to right: Renee Bullock, 
Craige , George Pierce Gappmayer. 




Richard Henry Bullock 



Faye LeRay Clements 



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1. Barbara Jean Fielding, b. 15 Oct. 1948, Provo , Utah, Utah. 

2. Russell Keith Fielding, b. 19 Nov. 1952, Vernal, Uintah, Utah. 

3. Patricia Fielding, b. 29 Jan. 1955, Vernal, Uintah, Utah 

4. Marilee Fielding, b„ 14 June 1961, Fresno, Fresno, Calif. 

MONTELL BURR BULLOCK, son of Virgil William Bullock and Nancy 
Nellie Burr, was b. 9 June 1927, Orem , Utah, Utah; md . 17 July 1946, 
RHEA JEAN NADSEN, in the Manti Temple, Sanpete, Utah. She was b. 7 
Nov. 1927, Provo, Utah, Utah; dau. of Clarence Elmer Madsen and 
Merle Coleman. Montell and Rhea Jean had the following children: 

1. Philip M Bullock, b. 15 June 1947, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

2. Brent M Bullock, b. 12 Feb. 1950, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

3. Kristin Bullock, b. 19 Jan. 1954, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, 

4. Sherene Bullock, b. 4 Jan. 1957, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

RENEE BULLOCK, dau. of Virgil William Bullock and Nancy Nellie 
Burr, was b. 31 May 1929, Lehi , Utah, Utah; md . 27 Aug . 1951, GEORGE 
PIERCE GAPPMAYER, at Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico. He was b. 
3 May 1924, Orem, Utah, Utah; son of Lewis Bartle Gappmayer and 
Isabel Billings. Renee and George had the following children: 

1. Susan Gappmayer, b. 2 Nov. 1952, Albuquerque, Bernalilla, New 
Mexico . 

2. Craige Gappmayer, b. 17 Mar. 1955, Provo, Utah, Utah. 



RICHARD HENRY BULLOCK, son of Virgil William Bullock and Nancy 
Nellie Burr, was b. 13 Oct. 1940, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 18 Sept. 
1959, FAYE LeRAY CLEMENTS, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
She was b. 15 Feb. 1941, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. of 
Henry Glen Clements and Kathryn Lillian Ayre . Richard and Faye had 
the following children: 

1. Dorothy Faye Bullock, b, 16 Feb. 1962, American Fork, Utah, Ut < 



EMILY LOUISA BULLOCK, dau. of William Alexander Bullock and 
Clara Ellen Marrott, was b. 31 Dec. 1899, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
d. 15 June 1959, American Fork, Utah, Utah; bur. 19 June 1959, Pleas- 
ant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 18 Dec. 1918, PER VICTOR VIKLUND, at 
Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah. He was b. 6 Mar. 1897, Lovasene, Edse- 
liangermanland , Sweden; son of Olaf Peter Viklund and Anna Erika 
Kristina Anderson, Emily Louisa and Per Victor had the following 
children: 

* 1. Ina Lucille Viklund, b. 7 Nov. 1919, Benjamin, Utah, Utah; md . 

12 June 1940, Ivan Reed Buckner. 

* 2. Glenn Earnest Viklund, b. 23 Feb. 1922, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; 

md. 2 Aug. 1943, Lena Carter. 



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* 3. Ray Victor Viklund , b. 16 May 1929, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; md. 

9 Apr. 1951, El Donna Peterson. 

* 4. Mary Louise Viklund, b. 20 Dec. 1932, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; 

md. 1 Nov. 1952, Robert Mervyn McKay. 

* 5. Helen Lois Viklund, b. 16 Oct. 1935, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 8 Aug. 1956, Boyd L Warnick. 

INA LUCILLE VIKLUND, dau . of Per Victor Viklund and Emily Louisa 
Bullock, was b. 7 Nov. 1919, Benjamin, Utah, Utah; md. 12 June 1940; 
IVAN REED BUCKNER, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 
17 June 1911, Provo , Utah, Utah; d. 28 Sept. 1959, Provo , Utah, Utah; 
bur. 1 Oct. 1959, Provo, Utah, Utah; son of Jesse Martin Buckner and 
Johanna Gillard. Ina and Ivan Reed had the following children: 

* 1. James Martin Buckner, b. 3 May 1941, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 

11 Aug. 1960, Georgia Ann Johnson. 

* 2. Betty Jeanne Buckner, b. 22 Apr. 1943, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 

27 July 1961, Willis Ray Meldrum. 

3. Victor Dee Buckner, b. 12 Apr. 1945, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

4. Reed Don Buckner, b. 25 Oct. 1949, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

5. Gary Gillard Buckner (twin), b. 5 Dec. 1952, American Fork, Utah, 

6. Craig Bullock Buckner (twin), b. 5 Dec. 1952, American Fork, 
Utah, Utah. 



JAMES MARTIN BUCKNER, son of Ivan Reed Buckner and Ina Lucille 
Viklund, was b. 3 May 1941, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 11 Aug. 1960, 
GEORGIA ANN JOHNSON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She 
was b. 29 Oct. 1941, Provo, Utah, Utah; dau. of George Edwin Johnson 
and Lois Clark. 



BETTY JEANNE BUCKNER, dau. of Ivan Reed Buckner and Ina Lucille 
Viklund, was b. 22 Apr. 1943, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 27 July 1961, 
WILLIS RAY MELDRUM, in the Manti Temple, Sanpete, Utah. He was b. 12 
Dec. 1942, Provo, Utah, Utah; son of Spencer Huie Meldrum and Clara 
Smith. 



GLENN EARNEST VIKLUND, son of Per Victor Viklund and Emily Louisa 
Bullock, was b. 23 Feb. 1922, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; md . 2 Aug. 1943, 
LENA CARTER, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. of LeRoy 
Carter and Annie Marie Larsen. Glenn and Lena had the following child- 
ren: 

* 1. Glenna Marie Viklund, b. 8 July 1944, American Fork, Utah, Utah; 
md. 13 July 1962, Dahl Ray Jackson. 

2. Neal E Viklund, b. 27 June 1946, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

3. Kent C Viklund, b. 29 Oct. 1948, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

4. Dian Viklund, b. 5 Jan. 1950, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

5. Victor Lynn Viklund, b. 28 May 1955, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 

6. Kristi Louise Viklund, b. 15 Sept. 1956, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 



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GLENNA MARIE VIKLUND, dau . of Glenn Earnest Viklund and Lena 
Carter, was b. 8 July 1944, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 13 July 
1962, DAHL RAY JACKSON, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. He was 
b. 9 Nov. 1943, Richfield, Sevier, Utah; son of Fred Moyel Jackson 
and Lola Reeves. Glenna and Dahl Ray had the following children: 



Annette Ray Jackson, b, 
Utah. 



19 May 1963, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 



RAY VICTOR VIKLUND, son of Per Victor Viklund and Emily Louisa 
Bullock, was b. 16 May 1929, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; md. 9 Apr. 1951, 
EL DONNA PETERSON, in the Manti Temple, Sanpete, Utah. She was b. 28 
Mar. 1931, Lehi , Utah, Utah; dau. of Norman Wesley Peterson and Elva 
Ash. Ray and El Donna had the following children: 

1. Max Ray Viklund, b. 26 Nov. 1953, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Norman Blake Viklund, b. 29 July 1958, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



MARY LOUISE VIKLUND, dau. of Per Victor Viklund and Emily Louisa 
Bullock, was b. 20 Dec. 1932, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; md. 1 Nov. 1952, 
ROBERT MERVYN McKAY, at Lindon , Utah, Utah. He was b. 30 June 1932, 
Duluth, St. Louis, Minnesota; son of Claude Spencer McKay and Mary 
Agnes Carlin. Mary and Robert had the following children: 

# 1. Steven Robert McKay, b. 25 Aug. 1962, Ogden , Weber, Utah. 



HELEN LOIS VIKLUND, dau. of Per Victor Viklund and Emily Louisa 
Bullock, was b. 16 Oct. 1935, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 8 Aug. 
1956, BOYD L WARNICK, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He 
was b. 27 Jan. 1930, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; son of Blaine War- 
nick and Veloy Servilla Peterson. Helen and Boyd had the following 
children: 

1. Susan Warnick, b. 25 Feb. 1958, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. J Paul Warnick, b. 5 Aug. 1959, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

3. Diane Warnick, b. 10 July 1962, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



EVA BULLOCK, dau. of William Alexander Bullock and Clara Ellen 
Marrott, was b. 9 Feb. 1902, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 15 Oct. 
1942, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 17 Oct. 1942, Pleasant Grove 
cemetery, Utah, Utah; md. 7 Nov. 1929, ALROY GILLMAN, in the Salt 
Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 24 Sept. 1901, Lindon, Utah, 
Utah; son of John Chesserton Gillman and Annie Matilda Mott. Eva 
and Alroy had the following children: 

# 1. Larry Boyd Gillman, b. 5 July 1940, Provo , Utah, Utah; md. 
6 Oct. 1961, Linda Mae Griffiths. 



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HAROLD HARRIS BULLOCK, son of William Alexander Bullock and 
Clara Ellen Marrott, was b. 7 Nov. 1905, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
md. 30 June 1932, LOLA ROBBINS, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake 
Utah. She was b. 2 June 1910, Lindon, Utah, Utah; dau. of William 
John Robbins and Elizabeth Ann Harris. Harold and Lola had the fol- 
lowing children: 

* 1. Georgia Lea Bullock, b. 24 Apr. 1933, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 3 June 1957, Donald George Schaefer. 

* 2. Clara Joyce Bullock, b. 1 Apr. 1935, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 14 Aug. 1958, Sterling Gee Loveland. 

3. Harold R Bullock, b. 30 Dec. 1941, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

4. William Brent Bullock, b. 29 Feb. 1944, American Fork, Utah, Utah, 

5. Steven Lynn Bullock, b. 21 Jan. 1950, Provo , Utah, Utah. 



GEORGIA LEA BULLOCK, dau. of Harold Harris Bullock and Lola Rob- 
bins, was b. 24 Apr. 1933, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 3 June 
1957, DONALD GEORGE SCHAEFER, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah, 
He was b. 1 Aug. 1930, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon; son of John Henry 
Schaefer and Elva Mae Lewis. Georgia and Donald had the following 
children : 

# 1. Mark Donald Schaefer, b. 26 Jan. 1962, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake , Utah. 



CLARA JOYCE BULLOCK, dau. of Harold Harris Bullock and Lola 
Robbins, was b. 1 Apr. 1935, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 14 Aug. 
1958, STERLING GEE LOVELAND, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah, 
He was b. 26 Nov. 1934, Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho; son of Harold 
King Loveland and Jessie McGavin. Clara Joyce and Sterling had the 
following children: 

1. Sue Ann Loveland, b. 25 May 1959, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

2. David Sterling Loveland, b. 2 June 1962, Logan, Cache, Utah. 



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(Dr.) NEWELL HARRIS BULLOCK, son of Alexander Hill Bullock and 
Emily Caroline Harris, was b. 22 Oct. 1867, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; d. 13 Nov. 1929, San Francisco, San Francisco, California; bur. 
15 Nov. 1929, Oak Hill Memorial Park, San Jose, California; md . 21 
Dec. 1904, MARY ELLEN COVINGTON SKILLINGS. 

Newell was born in the Sugar House Ward on the old Marchand 
farm in Salt Lake City. He and his brother, William, were very close 
associates. They played together in their youth, and later in young 



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manhood worked in harmony on their father's farm. Newell was also 
helpful around the house. The woodbox was always full and the water 
buckets were never empty when he was home. 

In early manhood Newell had a desire to become a physician. He 
completed all the schooling he could get in Pleasant Grove, Utah, and 
later attended the University of Utah. He lived at the home of his 
aunt Martha Harris Wells while attending the university. He graduated 
with an A. 13. degree in Education in May 1898. After graduation he 
taught one year at Santaquin, Utah Co., Utah. He saved his money, and 
continued his education at Stanford University, Palo Alto, California. 
He received his A.M. degree in May 1900. He then taught school at San 
Jose Teachers College for a few years. Later he went to the Rush 
Medical School at Northwestern University. Upon graduation with a 
M.D. degree he took his internship in the Cook County Hospital, Illin- 
ois; then returned to San Jose, Calif. 

Newell married Mary Ellen Covington Skillings on 21 Dec. 1904. 
She was also a graduate from Stanford University. They had no children 
of their own, but they were foster parents to Helen E. Nelson, a cou- 
sin of Mary Ellen. 

Dr. Bullock was a practicing physician in San Jose, Santa Clara 
County, California, for twenty years. He opened his local practice 
in 1909, laying the foundation to one of the largest practices in 
San Jose County. He went to Europe or to the Eastern United States 
every two or three years to attend special study clinics, and was 
engaged in research with the leading medical specialists of the 
world. 

Newell was active in civic and medical circles. He was Presi- 
dent of the Santa Clara County Health Center, including all clinics. 
He performed splendid service to the community over a period of many 
years. He was President of the Santa Clara County Tuberculosis 
Association, Medical Examiner at the San Jose State College, and 
Physician for the Edwin Markham Health Cottage at San Jose State 
College. Several companies used his services as physician, among them 
being the Western Union, Union Oil Company, Shell Oil Company, and 
several insurance companies. 

Newell was of a congenial nature, he liked mingling with his 
fellow men. He was a member of the Elk's Order, and a thirty-second 
degree Mason. He was also a member of the Quest Club, a small group 
of prominent local men of San Jose, Calif. 

Dr. Bullock, one of the best known medical men in California, 
died 13 Nov. 1929 at the Stanford University Hospital, San Francisco, 
California. He was a victim of leukemia, a rare malady of which little 
was known in the medical profession of his day. Funeral services were 
held 15 Nov. 1929 at the Scottish Rite Temple amid a profusion of 
flowers and in the presence of several hundred friends. An impressive 
Masonic funeral ritual was held. Voicing the sentiments of all present, 



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Rev. J. A. Stevenson eulogized his departed friend, describing him as 
one who devoted his life and strength to serving mankind, one whose 
loss would be felt in the community in whose affairs he took such a 
leading part. 

"I am not speaking for any professional order, denomination, or 
circle, but for the community", the Rev. Stevenson said. "Dr. Bullock 
belonged to all of us. He was interested in everything pertaining to 
the welfare of everybody in the entire community. 

"We instinctively associate his name with great words, intelli- 
gence, integrity, honor, honesty, service, and manhood. 

"He possessed that rare combination, a passion for scientific 
truth, and an equal passion that all truth might be used for the 
benefit of all human kind. It can be said of him as of The Great 
Physician, he went about doing good. 

"And in the pursuance of his professional duties, he literally 
gave his own life. He was an honor to his profession. Everyone in 
this entire community who came in contact with Dr. Bullock must say 
today, 'I have lost a friend'. 

"To his loved ones he has left a priceless heritage. This is the 
day when we get a real evaluation of life. We do not think of it in 
terms of banks or bonds or political preferment , but in terms of ser- 
vice to God and man. He shall live in the hearts and lives of many 
useful citizens in all the years to come. Such a heritage to his 
loved ones is altogether priceless." 

Dr. Bullock was cremated at the Cypress Lawn Memorial Park at 
Colma , San Mateo County, California. His remains were inurned at 
the Oak Hill Columbarium, Oak Hill Memorial Park, San Jose, Santa 
Clara County, California. Honoring the memory of Dr. Newell Harris 
Bullock, the Edward Markham Health Cottage at San Jose State College 
placed an engraved plaque on display in the cottage on 2 Apr. 1930. 

MARY ELLEN COVINGTON SHILLINGS , dau . of E.M. Skillings and Nannie 
Covington, was b. 30 May 1875, Gilroy, Santa Clara, California; d. 8 
Jan. 1948, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California; bur. 12 Jan. 1948, 
Oak Hill Memorial Park, San Jose, Santa Clara, California; md. 21 Dec. 
1904, Dr. NEWELL HARRIS BULLOCK. 

When of age Mary Ellen attended school at Stanford University, 
and received her A.B. degree in Education in Sept. 1900. She met and 
later married Dr. Newell Harris Bullock. They did not have any children, 
however, they were foster parents to Mary Ellen's cousin, Miss Helen 
E. Nelson. 

Mary Ellen went to San Jose with her husband in 1908. She was 
very active in the National Association of University of Women. She 



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joined the association upon graduation from Stanford University, and 
when only two years out of college was made a director of the San 
Francisco Branch. When she went to San Jose she became a charter 
member of the San Jose Branch, and served as its first secretary. She 
served twice as its president , once when the local association enter- 
tained the associations of California. Mary Ellen was a National 
Delegate twice to the national meetings. She also served as a State 
Delegate. She served as chairman of numerous committees, among them 
were the program, social welfare, scholarship, and library committees, 
She served for fourteen years as chairman of the lecture committee, 
and was responsible for many interesting lecturers in San Jose. 

Mary Ellen had numerous other community affiliations. She was 
chairman of the County Federation Committe on motion pictures. She 
was a prominent member of the Monday Club, To Kalon, and the Outdoor 
Art League. She was vice-president of the Stanford Convalescent Home, 
a member of the Community Chest, and a member of the San Jose theater 
commission. 

Mary Ellen was selected as one of the 150 delegates of the Ameri- 
can Association of University Women invited to the tri-annual confer- 
ence of the world federation, which was held at Geneva, Switzerland, 
on Aug. 7-15, 1929. Her husband and cousin accompanied Mary Ellen on 
her tour. They left in June and took a cruise through the Mediterran- 
ean Sea. They visited Spain, Africa, Italy, and Holland before going 
to Switzerland. Following the conference they visited Scotland, Eng- 
land, and Canada before returning to California in October that year. 

Mary Ellen's husband died shortly after they returned from the 
world tour. She was a widow for over eighteen years. She died on 8 
Jan. 1948 at the Cottage Hospital, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Co., 
California. Last rites were held for Mary Ellen at Trinity Episcopal 
Church on 10 Jan. 1928, San Jose, Santa Clara County, Calif. She was 
cremated and inurned on 12 Jan. 1948 in the Oak Hill Columbarium, 
Oak Hill Memorial Park, San Jose, Santa Clara Co., California. 



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EFFIE DEANE BULLOCK, dau . of Alexander Hill Bullock and Emily 
Caroline Harris, was b. 22 Apr. 1871, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
d. 17 Dec. 1933, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 19 Dec. 1933, 
Pleasant Grove cemetery, Utah, Utah; md. (l) 2 May 1894, WILLIAM 
HENRY MARROTT; md. (2) * 17 Oct. 1928, JOHN ALMA ADAMSON. 

Effie Deane spent her girlhood with three brothers and three 
sisters of a large farm. Her summers were spent in helping to plant 
and harvest crops, and in picking, cutting, and drying fruit. She 
received her first lessons in cooking when helping her mother prepare 
meals for the hired help, as well as for the family. Effie' s mother 
was an expert tailoress, and from her Effie received her gift for 



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needle and art work. She learned at an early age to be industrious and 
resourceful. She attended church and school at Pleasant Grove, Utah. 
She later went to Provo and there kept house with several other girls 
while attending the Brigham Young Academy. She graduated from the Normal 
Department from the academy. 

Effie Deanetaught school two years at Lindon, Utah. At that time 
school was held in what is now known as the old Boulder home, situated 
at the bottom of the Lindon Hill on U.S. Highway 91. Effie walked from 
her home in Pleasant Grove to this school and back each day throughout 
the year. She then taught school for one year at Heber City, Utah. 
Teaching school was a wonderful experience for Effie, and she enjoyed 
having an income of her own. One of the first things she bought was a 
three piece bedroom suite. It was made of solid light oak. This suite 
is still in use, and is greatly prized by the family. 

While Effie Deane was teaching school at Heber she lived with the 
Clegg family. It was during this time that she was courted by William 
Henry Marrott, also of Pleasant Grove, as he made his weekly business 
trips through this city. On 2 May 1894 she was married in the Salt Lake 
Temple. She and her husband moved into a new home which he had just 
built for her. Their marriage proved to be a very happy one. After the 
birth of their second child, William was called on a mission to the 
Northwestern States. During his absence, Effie kept his business going, 
planted and harvested the crops, cared for the farm animals and sup- 
ported her little family. She was proud to have a savings account upon 
her husband's return. 

Effie was a real helpmate to her husband. She was his bookkeeper 
and his constant companion in all his work and endeavors. Because his 
work called him away from home about four days a week, she assumed the 
responsibility of the farm during his absence. She cared for the pigs, 
and chickens, milked the cows, irrigated the farm, weeded it, and 
picked the fruit, etc. She was a beautiful seamstress and throughout 
her married life she helped to supplement the family income by sewing 
for other people. She was always very industrious and never hesitated 
to do the task that was before her. 

The year 1918 was a very trying one in her life. First her mother 
passed away. They had always been near and dear, not allowing a day to 
pass without seeing each other. Then her eldest daughter, Grace, 
married and moved away to live, making a break in the family circle. 
This was followed by the hardest blow of all — the sudden death of her 
dear husband. 

After the death of her husband, Effie began studying and attended 
summer school. She secured a position with Smith Hughes, traveling 
each day by the Interurban railroad to Lehi , American Fork, Lincoln, 
and Pleasant Grove High Schools. Later, for several years she taught 
Domestic Art in the Pleasant Grove and Lincoln High Schools. She 
thought it was so necessary for every girl to learn to sew. She was 
always patient and helpful with all her students. She was greatly 



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loved by them, both for her helpfulness and amiable personality. Also 
during this time she provided board and room for as many as six local 
school teachers at one time. At nights she would sew for other people. 
She completely outfitted one family of eleven children with all their 
sewing needs for several years. In this way she helped educate her 
children. During these hard years she underwent three very serious 
operations, and although her health was never quite restored, her 
prayers and faith carried her through. 

Effie endeavored to run the farm after her husband's death, how- 
ever, it proved to be more than she could possibly do, so in 1926 the 
farm was sold. The following year she sold the large home and spacious 
lot and moved to a smaller one. 

During the years of her girlhood and as a young wife, she worked 
in many different organizations in the Church. About 1900 she was set 
apart as Counselor to Susie Swenson in the Primary. She held this 
office until 16 May 1909, when she was set apart as President of the 
Pleasant Grove First Ward Primary. She acted as President until 1912, 
when she was released because of ill health. 

Effie Deane was always interested in Relief Society work and 
especially enjoyed being a member of the sewing committee for the bur- 
ial department of the ward. For many years she took over the job of 
decorating and draping the chapel of the old Tabernacle, whenever a 
funeral was held. The draping was done with white material and silk 
cord. This she washed and ironed, and always kept in readiness. She 
often said one of her greatest desires was to work for the dead, to 
sew for them and see that they were laid away beautifully. 

Effie became Relief Society President of the First Ward about 
1915 and served several years. She was also President of the Young 
Women's Mutual Improvement Association from 1921 to 1925. At this time 
she also held a position in the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. On 24 
Sept. 1928 she was set apart as a Stake Board member of the Relief 
Society of the Timpanogos Stake. She was in charge of the work and 
business department, a position for which she was naturally gifted. 

On 26 Nov. 1928 Effie moved to the Third Ward and became the 
wife of John Alma Adamson. Along with her husband she became a member 
of the Old Folks Committee. She was put in charge of the first burial 
clothes department in the stake, and took a great deal of pleasure 
and pride in her work. She received many fine compliments for the 
excellent worki.ianship of the clothes she made. Gradually as her health 
failed, she gave up one position after another except this office, 
which she held until her death on 17 Dec. 1953. 

Effie was a woman of fine character. She could do almost any- 
thing that she set her hand to do, and did everything well. She was a 
wonderful mother, a good homemaker and wife, an excellent housekeeper 
and a very fine cook. Her life was full and unselfish. If she ever 



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had anything good or fine, she immediately looked for someone to share 
it with her. She possessed a sweet, patient disposition. Although she 
spent many years of her life in ill health, her industry, courage, and 
faith were unquenchable. While working with young people at school and 
in church she exerted a great influence for good in their lives and 
was greatly beloved by them. She had many friedns and those who knew 
her best loved her best. For all of these qualities and many more 
unmentioned, her children call her blessed. 



WILLIAM HENRY MARROTT , son of William Marrott and Louisa Fowlke , 
was b. 1 Feb. 1869, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 15 Sept. 1918, 
Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 17 Sept. 1918, Pleasant Grove ceme- 
tery, Utah, Utah; md. 2 May 1894, EFFIE DEANE BULLOCK, in the Salt 
Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 

William was the fourth child in a family of fifteen children. He 
was born into very humble circumstances and knew all the hardships of 
early pioneer life. As the other children came along, William was 
given much responsibility, and he learned the meaning of hard work. 
He assisted his father on the farm raising vegetables, herding cows, 
hauling wood, and at a very early age he learned to handle and care 
for a team of horses. 

William had very little formal schooling. Because he was older, 
he was always needed at home for manual tasks and to help make the 
living. Then, too, there were times when there was only one pair of 
shoes in the family. The children took turns wearing the shoes to 
school. In spite of the fact that his school days were limited, he 
became an avid reader and acquired wisdom and an education through 
his own efforts. He often said that if he had had the opportunity, he 
would lived to be a lawyer, and, no doubt, would have made an ex- 
cellent one. 

He was always a hard worker. He was very industrious and thrifty, 
When still a boy, he obtained a team and wagon of his own. This was 
his pride and joy. With a team and wagon and hard work, William made 
a living for himself and family throughout the rest of his life. 

As a young man William freighted vegetables, fruit, eggs, chick- 
ens, etc. to the towns in Wasatch and Summit Counties. For many years 
he supplied the boarding houses of the Silver King and Daily Judge 
mines at Park City, Utah, with their weekly supply of perishable 
foods. He made one trip each week, leaving at break of day on Tues- 
day morning and returning Friday evening. It took one full day to 
reach Heber Valley, the next half day to reach Park City. There he 
would dispose of his load. Then he would begin the homeward trek. 
Many people in Pleasant Grove have said that they could almost set 
their clocks by Will Marrott' s coming and going. In later years, he 
was very often accompanied on these trips to Park City by young men 
of the town who were looking for work or adventure, or just out 
to see the world. They loved to travel with him. Many who went on 



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those trips are still living at the time of this writing, and they recall 
with pleasure his kindness, his works of counsel and his concern over 
their well being. 

On 2 May 10 ( J4 William Henry Marrot married Effie Deane Bullock in 
the Salt Lake Temple, lie had built a four room brick home, and to this 
new home he proudly took his bride. This home is still in good condi- 
tion in Pleasant Grove, Utah. In 1900 William was called to the North- 
western States Mission. He accepted the call, although it meant leaving 
his wife and two children at home. His headquarters were at Butte, 
Montana and Spokane, Washington. 

After having been married scarcely ten years, William built an- 
other large, modern home for his family. This majestic white brick home 
still stands on the corner of Second East and First South in Pleasant 
Grove. He owned a farm in the bottom lands of the city, located on 
the present Geneva Road. There he raised hay and feed for his cattle. 
He bought a ten acre tract of sage brush-covered land in the foothills 
east of the city. This he broke up, plowed, and planted with fruits of 
all kinds. All his life he raised most of the produce he hauled in his 
covered wagan to people in Wasatch and Summit Counties. 

William served as Superintendent of the Young Men's Mutual Im- 
provement Association in the Pleasant Grove First Ward for many years. 
He enjoyed young people and was alwyas willing to share the wisdom 
he had acquired by giving counsel and advice. Those who taked with him 
were always built up and left with a desire to do the right. At the 
time Pleasant Grove was divided into three wards, William served in 
the Bishopric as First Counselor to Bishop Edwin D. Olpin in the 
First Ward. He held this office for a number of years, until he was 
released because of poor health. 

William was always a progressive worker in civic affairs. At the 
time of his death he was serving as a four-year Councilman in the 
Pleasant Grove City Council, and as a Director of the Bank of Pleasant 
Grove . 

He was always at his best, no matter what he did. He was very met- 
iculous and systematic about his work, his motto being, "A place for 
everything, and everything in its place." His barnyard was always neat 
and orderly. There was a place for every tool; every strap, bolt, and 
nail was always in its place. His barn and yard were raked or swept 
and dampened down twice each week. The two acre lot upon which his 
home was built was always neat and free from weeds. Likewise, his farms 
were well kept. This he accomplished by his own hand work and by the 
able assistance from his family. 

William was a good father, a counselor and companion to his wife 
and children. He always took time to talk things over with his family, 
and to advise and counsel them. He was kind but firm with his children. 
He taught them to obey and to work. From him, they learned that work 
can be a pleasure, that joy and satisfaction can come from work well 
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William showed a great concern for his family, his father, mot- 
her, brothers and sisters. He and his wife shared their home at dif- 
ferent times for several years with his two brothers, Charles and 
John, who were hired to help with work on the farm. William loved 
Provo Canyon. On the long slow treks through the canyon, he had time 
to meditate and absorb the beauty of his surroundings. It was always 
a pleasure for him to take his family on his trips. Vacation trips 
to Provo Canyon were the highlights of every summer. The family 
would travel by covered wagon, taking all necessary equipment, food, 
and bedding for a week's stay. 

It was toward the latter part of William's life that modern 
progress was replaing the horse and buggy with the automobile. Now a 
trip to Park City and back could be made in one day. As William crept 
slowly through the canyon by team and wagon, many a friend in the 
same occupation waved and passed. Plans were made to put the faithful 
team and wagon aside and replace them with a truck. These plans were 
never realized. William died 15 Sept. 1918 at the age of only forty- 
nine. He was a good husband and father. He was a friend to everyone. 
He was an influence for good in the lives of many people. 



Effie Deane Bullock and William Henry Marrott had the following 
children : 

* 1. Grace Marrott, b. 31 Aug. 1895, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 

13 June 1918, Alvin Verd Washburn. 

* 2. Deane Marrott, b. 7 Feb. 1900, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 

6 Aug. 1925, Ford Mauritz Paulson. 

* 3. William Robert Marrott, b. 17 Apr. 1904, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 7 Sept. 1927, Thelma Rose Varney . 

* 4. Emily Marrott, b. 15 Oct. 1905, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 

18 June 1930, Robert Russell Keetch. 

* 5. Margaret LaViel Marrott, b. 19 May 1913, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 19 Apr. 1935, Isaac Donald Wright. 

GRACE MARROTT, dau . of William Henry Marrott and Effie Deane 
Bullock, was b. 21 Aug. 1895, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 6 July 
1947, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; bur. 9 July 1947, Orem cemetery, 
Utah, Utah; md. 13 June 1918, ALVIN VERD WASHBURN, in the Salt Lake 
Temple, Salt Lake, Utah, He was b. 16 July 1897, Huntington, Emery, 
Utah; son of Jesse Alvin Washburn and Valera Louisa Wakefield. Grace 
and Alvin Verd had the following children: 

* 1. Alvin Marrott Washburn, b. 15 May 1921, Duchesne, Duchesne, Utah; 

md. 15 June 1951, Juna Louise Christiansen. 

* 2. Betty Jean Washburn, b. 5 Jan. 1924, Orem, Utah, Utah; md. 19 

Oct. 1947, Robert Neidhamer. 

* 3. Paul Dean Washburn, b. 11 Feb. 1927, Orem, Utah, Utah; md. 27 

Sept. 1950, Virginia Dale Johnson. 

* 4. Gloria Dawn Washburn, b. 12 Jan. 1929, Lehi , Utah, Utah; md. 

(1) 20 July 1950, Arnold Mecham; md. (2) 23 May 1962, Jack 
Leslie Wright. 



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ALVIN MAHROTT WASHBURN, son of Alvin Verd Washburn and Grace 
Marrott, was b. 15 May 1921, Duchesne, Duchesne, Utah; md . 15 June 
1951, JUNA LOUISE CHRISTIANSEN, in the Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. She 
was bo 12 May 1920, Ephraim, Sanpete, Utah; dau . of Junius C Christ- 
iansen and Edith Hannah Peterson. Alvin and Juna had the following 
children : 

1. David June Washburn, b. 8 Sept. 1954, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

2. Mark Alvin Washburn, b. 16 Feb. 1956, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

3. Michael Verd Washburn, b. 16 Aug. 1958, Provo, Utah, Utah; d. 
29 Oct. 1958; unmd. 

4. Carl Stephen Washburn, b. 28 Apr. 1961, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

BETTY JEAN WASHBURN , dau. of Alvin Verd Washburn and Grace Mar- 
rott, was b. 5 Jan. 1924, Orem , Utah, Utah; md . 19 Oct. 1947, ROBERT 
NEIDHAMER, at Rockwall, Rockwall, Texas. He was b. 12 May 1914, 
Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana; son of Frank F. Neidhamer and Dorthea 
Neville . 



PAUL DEAN WASHBURN, son of Alvin Verd Washburn and Grace Marrott, 
was b. 11 Feb. 1927, Orem, Utah, Utah; md . 27 Sept. 1950, VIRGINIA 
DALE JOHNSON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 16 
Mar. 1931, Richfield, Sevier, Utah; dau* of Allan Dale Johnson and Inez 
McClure. Paul and Virginia Dale had the following children: 

1. Paul Verd Washburn, b. 30 June 1951, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

2. Kevin Allan Washburn, b. 10 Oct. 1953, Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah. 

3. Travis Grace Washburn, b. 10 Apr. 1956, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah, 

4. John Peter Washburn, b. 9 May 1961, Provo, Utah, Utah. 



GLORIA DAWN WASHBURN, dau. of Alvin Verd Washburn and Grace Mar- 
rott, was b. 12 Jan. 1929, Lehi , Utah, Utah; md. (l) 20 July 1950, 
ARNOLD MECHAM, at Provo, Utah, Utah. He was b. 8 Apr. 1927, Park City, 
Summit, Utah; son of E. Arnold Mecham and Amy Martain. Gloria and 
Arnold had the following children: 

1. Kathy Dawn Mecham, b. 11 Feb. 1951, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

2. Anthony Arnold Mecham, b. 10 Dec. 1951 , Provo, Utah, Utah. 

Gloria Dawn md. (2) 23 May 1962, JACK LESLIE WRIGHT, at Las Vegas, 
Clark, Utah. He was b. 20 Apr. 1935, Hinckley, Millard, Utah; son of 
John Leslie Wright and Thola Orissa Miner. Gloria and Jack had the 
following children: 

1. Tracy Lynn Wright, b. 6 July 1963, Provo, Utah, Utah. 



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DEANE MARROTT, dau . of William Henry Marrott and Effie Deane 
Bullock, was b. 7 Feb. 1900, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 6 Aug. 
1925, FORD MAURITZ PAULSON, in the Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. He was 
b. 24 July 1901, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 6 Nov. 1960, American 
Fork canyon, Utah, Utah; bur. 9 Nov. 1960, Pleasant Grove cemetery, 
Utah, Utah; son of Niels Peter Paulson and Mary Amelia Robison. Deane 
and Ford had the following children: 

* 1. Ford Richard Paulson, b. 3 Oct. 1927, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 20 Aug. 1952, Jean Louise Williams. 

* 2. Mary Deane Paulson, b. 2 Mar. 1931, Provo , Utah, Utah; md . (1) 

11 Apr. 1951, Harold Ferdinand Behling; md . (2) 20 June 1961, 
Rex Floyd Ivie. 

* 3. Lynn Marrott Paulson, b. 25 Sept. 1934, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 

14 Dec. 1956, Nola Carlisle. 



FORD RICHARD PAULSON, son of Ford Mauritz Paulson and Deane Mar- 
rott, was b. 3 Oct. 1927, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 20 Aug. 1952, 
JEAN LOUISE WILLIAMS, in the Salt Lake Temple. Salt Lake , Utah. She 
was b. 3 May 1930, Chicago, Cook, Illinois; dciu. of (Dr.) Ariel L. 
Williams and Jean Louise DeYoung. Ford and Jean had the following 
children : 

1. Jan Reed Paulson, b. 12 Nov. 1954, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

2. Kathryn Ann Paulson, b. 13 Aug. 1956, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

3. Barbara Jean Paulson, b. 25 Oct. 1957, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

4. Ford David Paulson, b. 17 Jan. 1962, Provo, Utah, Utah. 



MARY DEANE PAULSON, dau. of Ford Mauritz Paulson and Deane Marrott, 
was b. 2 Mar. 1931, Provo, Utah, Utah; md . (1) 11 Apr. 1951, HAROLD 
FERDINAND BEHLING, at Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah. He was b. 9 Oct. 1923, 
Ferron, Emery, Utah; son of William Behling and Florence Hansen. Mary 
and Harold had the following children: (Div.) 

1. Steven Harold Behling, b. 5 Mar. 1952, Camp McCoy, LaCrosse, Wise, 

2. Carolyn Mary Behling, b. 21 Aug. 1953, American Fork, Utah, Utah; 
d. 19 July 1954; unmd. 

M a ry Deane md. (2) 20 June 1961, REX FLOYD IVIE, in the Salt Lake 

Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 12 July 1926, Burley, Cassia, Idaho; 

son of Perry Floyd Ivie and Hephzibah Ellen Coombs. Mary and Rex had 
the following children: 

1. James Rex Ivie, b. 25 June 1962, Pittsburg, Contra Costa, Calif. 

2. Jeffery Rex Ivie, b. 19 July 1963, Pittsburg, Contra Costa, 
California. 



LYNN MARROTT PAULSON, son of Ford Mauritz Paulson and Deane 
Marrott, was b. 25 Sept. 1934, Provo, Utah, Utah; md . 14 Dec. 1956, 
NOLA CARLISLE, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 
1 Jan. 1934, Alpine, Utah, Utah; dau. of Paul Sheppard Carlisle and 
Alice Whitby. Lynn and Nola had the following children: 



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1. Meridee Paulson, b. 7 Apr. 1958, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

2. Julie Paulson, b. 4 June 1959, Ogden , Weber, Utah. 

3. Christopher Lynn Paulson , b. 11 July 1963, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 



WILLIAM ROBERT MARROTT, son of William Henry Marrott and Effie 
Deane Bullock, was b. 17 Apr. 1904, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 
7 Sept. 1927, THELMA ROSE VAliNEY , in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 
Utah. She was b. 19 Mar. 1907, American Fork, Utah, Utah; dau. of 
James Varney and Rose Dorton. William Robert and Thelma Rose had the 
following children: 

* 1. Dawna Mae Marrott, b. 14 Sept. 1928, Lehi , Utah, Utah; md . 1 

June 1945, Lloyd D Boren. 

* 2. ColleenRose Marrott, b. 23 Aug. 1934, Lehi, Utah, Utah; md . 

11 Sept. 1957, Jerry Coy Roundy. 



DAWNA MAE MARROTT, dau. of William Robert Marrott and Thelma Rose 
Varney, was b. 14 Sept. 1928, Lehi, Utah, Utah; md . 1 June 1945, LLOYD 
D BOREN, at Oakland, Alameda, California. He was b. 14 Feb. 1927, 
Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; son of Archie Boren and Myrtle Daybell. 
Dawna Mae and Lloyd had the following children: 




COLLEEN ROSE MARROTT, dau. of William Robert Marrott and Thelma 
Rose Varney, was b. 23 Aug. 1934, Lehi, Utah, Utah; md. 11 Sept. 1957, 
JERRY COY ROUNDY, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 
5 June 1931, Escalante , Garfield, Utah; son of Wallace Napoleon Roundy 
and Ella May Griffin. Colleen and Jerry had the following children: 

1. Melanie Roundy, b. 21 Sept. 1958, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

2. Maria Roundy, b. 22 Oct. 1961, Driggs , Teton, Idaho. 



EMILY MARROTT, dau. of William Henry Marrott and Effie Deane 
Bullock, was b. 15 Oct. 1905, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 18 June 
1930, ROBERT RUSSELL KEETCH , in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah, 
He was b. 14 Feb. 1904, Lindon , Utah, Utah; son of Alfred Greenwood 
Keetch and Martha Thorne . Emily and Robert had the following children: 

* 1. Max Russell Keetch, b. 5 Sept. 1933, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 10 

June 1958, Maurita Peterson. 
2. Brent Harris Keetch, b. 23 Aug. 1940, Vernal, Uintah, Utah. 

* 3. Emily Dianne Keetch, b. 29 Oct. 1943, Vernal, Uintah, Utah; md. 

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MAX RUSSELL KEETCH, son of Robert Kussell Keetch and Emily Mar- 
rott, was b. 5 Sept. 1933, Provo , Utah, Utah; md. 10 June 1958, 
MAURITA PETERSON, in the Idaho Falls Temple, Bonneville, Idaho. She 
was b. 2 Jan. 1937, Lewisville, Jefferson, Idaho; dau . of Steven 
Peterson and Juliana C a sper. Max and Maurita had the following 
children : 

1. Loraine Keetch, b„ 21 Feb. 1959, Logan, Cache, Utah; d. 21 Feb. 
1959; unmd. 

2. Steven Keetch, b. 7 July 1962, Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho. 



EMILY DIANNE KEETCH, dau. of Robert Russell Keetch and Emily 
Marrott, was b. 29 Oct. 1943, Vernal, Uintah, Utah; md . 18 July 1962, 
MILTON MARINER ANDERSON, in the Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. He was b. 
2 May 1937, Logan, Cache, Utah; son of Michael Mariner Anderson and 
Sarah Griffin. Emily and Milton had the following children: 

1. Danielle Anderson, b. 31 May 1963, Logan, Cache, Utah. 



MARGARET LAVIEL MARROTT, dau. of William Henry Marrott and Effie 
Deane Bullock, was b. 19 May 1913, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 19 
Apr. 1935, ISAAC DONALD WRIGHT, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 
Utah. He was b. 24 May 1913, Lindon, Utah, Utah; son of Hyrum Isaac 
Wright and Mary Jane Bezzant. Margaret and Donald had the following 
children: 

* 1. Donald Nicholes Wright, b. 6 Dec. 1935, Provo, Utah; md. 3 May 
1957, June Edwards. 

2. Margaret Daun Wright, b. 3 June 1940, Overton, Clark, Nevada; 
d. 14 Nov. 1945; unmd. 

3. Ivan Douglas Wright, b. 27 Oct. 1945, Fillmore, Millard, Utah. 

4. Robert Marrott Wright, b. 27 Aug. 1948, Lehi , Utah, Utah. 



DONALD NICHOLES WRIGHT, son of Isaac Donald Wright and Margaret 
LaViel Marrott, was b. 6 Dec, 1935, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 3 May 
1957, JUNE EDWARDS, in the Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. She was b. 19 
June 1935, St. John, Oneida, Idaho; dau. of David Edwards, Jr. and 
Elizabeth Wight. Donald and June had the following children: 

1. Gordon Kurt Wright, b. 20 July 1958, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 

2. Margaret Marie Wright, b. 31 May 1960, Bethesda , Montgomery, 
Maryland . 

3. David Hyrum Wright, b. 29 Apr. 1962, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania . 



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McGEE HARRIS BULLOCK, son of Alexander Hill Bullock and Emily 
Caroline Harris, was b. 6 Nov. 1876, Pleasant Grove, Utah; d. 7 Aug. 
1944, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 10 Aug. 1944, Pleasant Grove 
cemetery, Utah, Utah; md . 28 May 1902, OCTAVIA PAULSON, in the Salt 
Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 

As a child McGee had beautiful blond curly hair which fell in 
ringlets. His mother left it this way until he was about five years 
of age. This was a source of much irritation to him. One day when his 
mother was at a Relief Society meeting he begged his sister Ellen to 
cut his hair, which she did. His daughter Maurine has one of the 
ringlets. It is blond and fine as any woman's hair. It became sandy 
color as he grew older, but retained a natural wave. 

McGee graduated from the graded school and high school at Plea- 
sant Grove. He then went to Salt Lake City to attend the University 
of Utah. His mother went with him, and kept house for him and another 
student. They lived in a house just west of the State Capitol building. 

McGee was ordained an Elder on 13 Nov. 1899 in Pleasant Grove. 
Two days later he was ordained a Seventy by Apostle Abraham Owen 
Woodruff, and set apart to go on a mission. He labored two and one- 
half years in the Southern States under President Ben E. Rich and 
President Zundell. He paid his own way on his mission. While in the 
mission field he lived with the Saints much of the time. During this 
period the Elders were encountering considerable opposition and per- 
secution. One of his companions was very severely beaten. He kept a 
journal of his missionary experiences. 

Not long after his return home from his mission, McGee married 
Octavia Paulson in the Salt Lake Temple. The first year they were 
married they lived at Elberta , Utah, Utah, where he taught school. He 
taught all the grades. The following year they returned to Pleasant 
Grove. He spent the rest of his life farming, hauling ore, and laying 
brick. McGee and his family lived in the old Paulson family home. They 
were the parents of four daughters. 

He was a wonderful father and grandfather. His children all loved 
him dearly, and he was always very kind and patient with them. He was 
an interesting story teller, and his girls liked to listen to his 
missionary experiences. His sense of humor was something they all fondly 
remember. He was a terrific tease. His own children were not the only 
ones who loved him. Many of the children in town called him Mack and 
looked forward to taking rides on his wagon. 

McGee was active in the Church all his life. He was Superintendent 
of the Sunday School for many years, was active in the Seventies Quorum, 
and was a Home Missionary for several years. He did some temple work. 
He served as the Pleasant Grove City Recorder from 1906 to 1909. 

During his lifetime McGee had several accidents. On one occasion 
he was buried up to his armpits in a gravel quarry. Another time his 



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Octavia Paulson 





Fern 



Maurine 




Edna 




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wagon was hit from behind by a car. He was knocked over the horse's 
heads, and run over by his own wagon. Both legs were severely broken, 
and the medical doctors said he would not walk again. It was necessary 
to have silver plates in both legs. He did walk again, and was able 
to do his own farm work, but never completely recovered. He always 
limped slightly and his legs always pained. Sometime at night he would 
walk the floor because his legs hurt so much. 

McGee loved to watch baseball games, rodeos, and western movies. 
He enjoyed reading, and eating candy, raisins, or mince meat while he 
was reading. He never traveled much after his mission. He was however 
very familiar with all the country around Pleasant Grove, particularly 
the canyons from which he hauled ore in his wagon. He liked the out- 
of-doors, and enjoyed hiking with his family. 

In 1943 Mack developed cancer of the mouth and throat. He stayed 
with his daughter Maurine in Salt Lake City while taking treatments 
from a specialist. At first the medication seemed to help, but the 
cancer had advanced too far before it was detected. He was very ill 
during the early part of 1944, and finally passed away on 7 Aug. 
1944, at Pleasant Grove; and was buried on 10 Aug. 1944 in the Plea- 
sant Grove cemetery, Utah, Utah. 



OCTAVIA PAULSON, dau . of Mauritz Peter Paulson and Inger Madsen , 
was b. 28 Apr. 1876, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 28 Dec. 1959, 
Provo , Utah, Utah; bur. 31 Dec. 1959, Pleasant Grove cemetery, Utah, 
Utah; md. 28 May 1902, McGEE HARRIS BULLOCK, in the Salt Lake Temple, 
Salt Lake, Utah. 

Octavia parents were converts to the Church of Jesus Christ of 
Latter Day Saints in Denmark, and came to Utah in 1872. They settled 
in Pleasant Grove, Utah. Their first home was a dugout with a willow 
roof, located on the present site of the Pleasant Grove Cemetery. Later 
the Paulson family acquired land just west of the cemetery. Here tem- 
porary buildings were constructed to serve until a home could be built. 
Octavia was born in a hay barn where the family was living while their 
home was being constructed. Octavia lived in the new family home most 
of her life, with her own family. 

Her childhood was simple as that of most children in a small Mor- 
mon community of that day. The Church played an important part of her 
life. It represented not only the religious outlet, but dominated their 
social life as well. Octavia remembered the day of her baptism in the 
mill race, by the Pleasant Grove Flour Mill. She was baptized by John 
W. Gardiner on 2 Sept. 1886. Octavia was expected to contribute her 
share of work for the family. She learned to hoe beets and potatoes, 
and do other chores. She had little formal education, completing the 
fourth reader in the Pleasant Grove school. 

At the age of twenty-six Octavia was married. The first year of 
married life was spent at Elberta , Utah, Utah, where he husband taught 



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school. The following year they return to Pleasant Grove, and resided 
in the Paulson hone. They lived there all their married life, except 
for a few years spent in another home. They lived in the Paulson 
home to care for Inger M. Paulson in her declining years. Four dau- 
ghters were born to this couple. 

The home and the family were the main interests of Octavia. She 
and her husband never had a great amount of money, and worked hard 
to keep the family fed and clothed. They always had the necessities 
of life, but few of its luxuries. Octavia was a good cook. Most of 
the food came from their farm. They always had a vegetable garden, 
berries, and a fruit orchard. She was a good seamstress. She made 
most items the family wore, and was adept at embroidery work, croc- 
heting, and quilting. 

Octavia was a pretty individual , particularly in her younger 
years. She had long hair and wore it in a bun on the back of her head. 
She was short, not over five feet tall. She was full of energy and 
ambition. She loved gardening, and always had her yard full of flowers 
that were the admiration of everyone. She had flowers and shrubs of 
many kinds, but roses were her favorite. They lined the walk on both 
sides from the house to the street. Climbing roses and honeysuckle 
separated the front yard from the rear yard. 

In her later years she became increasingly feeble. She spent 
most of her winters with either Edna or Mauri ne . Her last few years 
were spent in the Eldred Sunset Manor at Provo , Utah. She died there 
on 28 Dec. 1959, and was buried at the Pleasant Grove cemetery on 
31 Dec. 1959. 



McGee Harris Bullock and Octavia Paulson had the following 
children; 

* 1. Fern Bullock, b. 31 May 1903, Pleasant Grove, Utah; md . 17 Nov. 

1928, Robert Winfield Bond. 

* 2. Maurine Bullock, b. 14 Aug. 1906, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md (1) 7 Apr. 1926, Reuben Albert Joseph; md . (2) 31 Aug. 1947, 
Leonard Wilford Sidwell. 

* 3. Edna Bullock, b. 8 July 1912, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 

13 Oct. 1932, George Washington Brown, Jr. 

* 4. Nona Ruth Bullock, b. 15 Feb. 1918, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. (1) 11 Mar. 1939, Marion William Robinson; md. (2) 26 Feb. 
1945, Emanuel F. August. 

FERN BULLOCK, dau . of McGee Harris Bullock and Octavia Paulson, 
was b. 31 May 1903, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 17 Nov. 1928, 
ROBERT WINFIELD BOND, at Washington, District of Columbia. He was b. 
3 July 1901, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio; d. 26 Mar. 1956, Bethesda, 
Montgomery, Maryland; bur. 29 Mar. 1956, Parklawn Cemetery, Rockville, 
Montgomery, Maryland; son of Frank Marion Bond and Sadie E„ Stewart. 
Fern and Robert had the following children: 



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1. Paul Robert Bond, b. 19 June 1930, Akron, Summit, Ohio; md. 28 
Aug. 1953, Mary Frances Farnsworth. 

2. Richard Winfield Bond, b. 2b Dec. 1932, Washington, D.C.; md. 
30 Dec. 1937, Marian Johnson. 

3. David Malcolm Bond, b. 25 June 1937, Washington, D.C. 



PAUL ROBERT BOND, son of Robert Winfield Bond and Fern Bullock, 
was b. 19 June 1930, Akron, Summit, Ohio; d. 26 May 1954, Bethesda, 
Montgomery, Maryland; md . 28 Aug. 1953, MARY FRANCES FARNSWORTH, in 
the Mesa Temple, Maricopa, Arizona. She was b. 14 July 1932, Colonia 
Dublan, Chihuahua, Mexico; dau . of William Jefferson Farnsworth and 
w ary Margaret McGinty. Paul and Mary had the following child: 

1. Paul Robert Bond, Jr., b. 19 June 1954, Bethesda, Montgomery, 
Maryland . 

RICHARD WINFIELD BOND, son of Robert Winfield Bond and Fern Bul- 
lock, was b. 26 Dec. 1932, Washington, D.C; md. 30 Dec. 1957, MARIAN 
JOHNSON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 27 Jan. 
1934, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. of Elden Angus Johnson 
and Esther Ramseyer. Richard and Marian had the following children: 

1. Marcus Richard Bond, b. 3 Jan. 1959, Bethesda, Montgomery, Md . 

2. Annette Marian Bond, b. 14 Oct. 1960, Bethesda, Montgomery, Md . 

3. Eric Elden Bond, b. 25 Oct. 1962, Bethesda, Montgomery, Md . 

4. Carolyn Fern Bond, b. 10 Nov. 1963, Bethesda, Montgomery, Md . 

MAURINE BULLOCK, dau. of McGee Harris Bullock and Octavia Paulson, 
was b. 14 Aug. 1906, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. (1) 7 Apr. 1926, 
REUBEN ALBERT JOSEPH, in the Salt Lake Temple, S a lt Lake, Utah. He was 
b. 11 Dec. 1901, Adamsville, Beaver, Utah; d. 19 Dec. 1943, Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, Utah; bur. 23 Dec. 1943, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; son of Joseph Hiram Joseph and Catherine Elizabeth Griffiths. 
Maurine and Reuben had the following children: 

* 1. Betty Gene Joseph, b. 18 Mar. 1927, Washington, U.C.; md. 14 June 

1948, Ralph Kenneth Henderson. 

* 2. Karen Maurine Joseph, b. 30 Sept. 1934, Panguitch, Garfield, Utah; 

md . 2 July 1954, Leland Ross Gygi . 
3. Catherine Alberta Joseph, b. 5 Oct. 1936, Panguitch, Garfield, Utah 

Maurine md. (2) LEONARD WILFORD SIDWELL, on 31 Aug. 1947, at Salt 
Lake City, Utah. He was b. 11 June 1900, Nephi , Juab, Utah; son of Job 
Robinson Sidwell and Rachel Sarah Wilkes. No children. 



BETTY GENE JOSEPH, dau. of Reuben Albert Joseph and Maurine Bullock, 
was b. 18 Mar. 1927, Washington, D.C; md. 14 June 1948, RALPH KENNETH 
HENDERSON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 29 Sept. 
1925, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son of James Henderson and Elsie 
Irene Chytraus. Betty and Ralph had the following children: 



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Reuben Albert Joseph Maurine Bullock 




Betty Gene 





Karen Maurine 




Catherine Alberta 



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Leonard Wilford Sidwell 




Betty Jean Joseph and Ralph Kenneth Henderson family, 
Back row: David Joseph. Front row, left to right: James Ken- 
neth, Ralph Kenneth Henderson, holding John Edward, Betty 
Jean Joseph, holding Susan Kay, Paul Steven, Michael Scott. 



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1. David Joseph Henderson, b. 22 Nov. 1949, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake , Utah. 

2. James Kenneth Henderson, b. 11 Mar. 1952, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 

3. Paul Steven Henderson, b. 28 June 1954, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 

4. Michael Scott Henderson, b. 1 Apr. 1957, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake , Utah. 

5. John Edward Henderson, b. 11 May 1959, S a lt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 

6. Susan Kay Henderson, b. 26 July 1963, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 



KAREN MAURINE JOSEPH, dau . of Reuben Albert Joseph and Maurine 
Bullock, was b. 30 Sept. 1934, Panguitch, Garfield, Utah; md . 2 July 
1934, LELAND ROSS GYG1 , in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He 
w a s b. 24 Sept. 1929, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California; son of 
George Rudolph Gygi and Zella Lucille Hance. Karen and Leland had the 
following children; 

1. Janet Maurine Gygi, b. 26 Sept. 1956, Ellington Air Force Base, 
Harris, Texas. 

2. Kenneth Leland Gygi, b. 16 June 1958, Great Falls, Cascade, 
Montana. 

3. Darrell George Gygi, b. 20 Aug. 1959, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 

4. Paul Kaye Gygi, b. 23 Sept. 1961, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 



EDNA BULLOCK, dau. of McGee Harris Bullock and Octavia Paulson, 
was b. 8 July 1912, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 13 Oct. 1932, 
GEORGE WASHINGTON BROWN, Jr., in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 
Utah. He was b. 17 June 1911, Provo , Utah, Utah; son of George Wash- 
ington Brown and Mary Diantha Jones. Edna and George had the following 
children : 

1. George Wayne Brown, b. 27 June 1934, Provo, Utah, Utah; d. 12 

Oct. 1934; unmd. 
* 2. Edna Lee Brown, b. 28 Mar. 1940, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 24 Oct. 

1959, David Lynn McKinlay. 
3. Laurel Deane Brown, b. 18 Feb. 1943, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah. 



EDNA LEE BROWN, dau. of George Washington Brown, Jr. and Edna 
Bullock, was b. 28 Mar. 1940, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 24 Oct. 1959, 
DAVID LYNN McKINLAY, at Orera , Utah, Utah. He was b. 8 Apr. 1940, 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son of Lynn A McKinlay and Asenath 
Louise Passey. Edna Lee and David had the following children: 

1. Jed David McKinlay, b. 20 July 1960, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

2. Mark Wayne McKinlay, b. 3 Aug. 1961, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 



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NONA KUTH BULLOCK, dau . of McGee Harris Bullock and Octavia Paul- 
son, was b. 15 Feb. 1918, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. (1) 11 Mar. 
1939, MARION WILLIAM ROBINSON, at Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah. He was 
b. 26 Dec. 1915, American Fork, Utah, Utah; son of Marion C. Robinson 
and Sigrid Peterson. Nona and Marion had the following children: (Div.) 

* 1. Kathleen Robinson, b. 22 Aug. 1939, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
md. 29 Apr. 1961, Alfred Malcolm NcNair. 

Nona Ruth md. (2) 26 Feb. 1945, EMANUEL F. AUGUST, at Lincoln, 
Lancaster, Nebraska. He was b. 11 August 1914, Indianola, Sunflower, 
Mississippi ; son of Louis August and Bessie Gordon. Nona and Emanuel 
had the following children: 

1. Elaine August, b. 10 Oct. 1945, Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska. 

2. Deborah August, b. 6 Aug. 1950, Coaldale, Schulykill, Pennsylvania, 

3. Bruce August, b. 15 Jan. 1953, Coaldale, Schulykill, Pennsylvania. 



KATHLEEN ROBINSON, dau. of Marion William Robinson and Nona Ruth 
Bullock, was b. 22 Aug. 1939, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 29 Apr. 
1961, ALFRED MALCOLM McNAIR, at Tamaqua , Schulykill, Pennsylvania. 
He was b. 11 Jan. 1939, Pensacola, Escambia, Florida; son of Denton 
Council McNair and Ernie Rachael Futch. Kathleen and Alfred had the 
following children: 

1. Michele Lynn McNair, b. 28 May 1962, Norristown, Montgomery, Pa. 



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FLORENCE BULLOCK, dau. of Alexander Hill Bullock and Emily Caroline 
Harris, was b. 5 Feb. 1882, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 29 Sept. 
1909, JOHN PETER MADSEN , in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 

Florence received her elementary education in Pleasant Grove , 
Utah. She entered the Brigham Young Academy in Sept. 1902, and grad- 
uated in June 1906 with a high rating. She began her teaching career 
in Sept. 1906 at Pleasant Grove, where she taught for four years. 

On 29 Sept. 1909 Florence married John Peter Madsen of Vineyard, 
Utha. Their only child, Emily, was born on 9 July 1911, at Pleasant 
Grove. In Nov. 1911 Florence and her little daughter left Pleasant 
Grove to join her husband who had a homestead near Duchesne, Utah. 
Florence, her daughter Emily, and her mother took a train to Colton, 
Utah, where they met John. The trip from Colton to Duchesne was made 
by buggy over the snowy roads of Indian Creek in which all four nearly 
lost their lives. 

When they finally arrived at Duchesne, Florence found a comfort- 
able one-room log home that John had built for her. Later he added a 
large stone room and a sleeping porch. Each night Florence would check 



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the sleeping quarters for snakes and mice. The house was located a 
few miles from the nearest neighbors. The first year on the ranch 
was very hard for Florence. Food was scarce and they lived mostly on 
potatoes. It was a severe winter in which the snow drifted as high 
as five feet. With only cedar wood and a small stove it was almost 
impossible to keep warm. In the day the wind blew continuously, and 
at night the howling of the coyotes never ceased. Florence felt that 
the ranch was a desolate wilderness compared to the so-called modern 
conveniences she had in Pleasant Grove, Utah. 

Florence found pioneer life very difficult. Spring thaws would 
cause the Duchesne River to flood, so the small ranch house had been 
built on a hill some distance from the river. All the water the family 
used had to be carried from the river. In the winter Florence was snow 
bound on the ranch. John would take the work horse, Topsy , and break 
trail over the mountain to Duchesne to get supplies. Florence staved 
at home to care for the baby. The first winter she did not see any- 
one except her own family. Her daughter was a great joy in her ionli- 
ness. 

In the Spring of 1912 it was necessary for Florence and John to 
work in the fields. John would grub and clear the sagebrush and trees 
from the land. Florence would drive the team, plow, harrow, and plant 
the crops. Florence and John cleared, tilled, and planted forty acres 
of land that summer. 

In the Fall of 1912 Florence accepted a teaching position in 
Duchesne. It was necessary for her to walk the three miles to school 
and return each day. Sometimes she had to plow through snow drifts 
three feet high. On occasions she would encounter several coyotes on 
the trail. In 1913 John purchased a two-wheeled cart and a horse named 
Goldie. This became Florence's means of transportation to school. 

In the Spring of 1916 Florence was appointed Primary Supervisor 
for the schools in Duchesne County. She became an assistant of Jessie 
A. Washburn, who was Superintendent of Schools. Two or three times each 
year she rode her horse to visit the small one-room, one-teacher sch- 
ools in Boneta, Altonah, Mt . Emmons, Bluebell, Tabonia , Bridgeland, 
Fruitland, Strawberry, and Upalca. Sometimes she traveled over one 
hundred fifty miles. She would be on the trail for a week at a time, 
spending the nights at a ranch house close to each school. 

Occasionally Florence would travel with Superintendent Washburn 
in his over-used buggy, drawn by two stubborn mules, Pete and Min. 
Every few miles Mr. Washburn would have to stop and wire together 
loose spokes, broken harnesses, or sagging springs. It was not un- 
usual for Pete or Min to decide that it was time for an afternoon 
break, and refuse to move until their rest period was over or their 
appetites appeased. This impulse for relaxation usually occurred in 
the middle of a stream or on a steep hill. 

In 1919 a new home was built on North Street in Duchesne. This 
eased Florence's problems of getting to work each day. She taught 



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school in Duchesne for thirty years, and watch the school grow from 
a two-toom, two-teacher school into a graded school, and eventually 
a high school. Florence taught school in all the grades from first to 
twelfth. She was Primary Supervisor for eight years. As a teacher and 
supervisor she held numerous responsible positions-, and received many 
citations and commendations for her work. Her students loved her. 
Perhaps her life as a teacher has been stated best by one of her first 
graders; "You are the most wonderful and best teacher ever made", 

All her life Florence was very religious . In her younger years 
she always attended Primary, Sunday School, Religion Class, and the 
Young Women's Mutual Improvement Association. She received commenda- 
tion for regular attendance. At the age of thirteen she was a teacher 
in the Pleasant Grove First Ward Primary ana Sunday School. At sixteen 
she was chosen a Counselor in the Primary, which position she held 
for three years. In 1902 she was chosen a member of the Alpine Stake 
Primary Board, and was selected as a Counselor in 1904 . She served in 
this position until Nov. 1911, when she moved to Duchesne. Florence 
traveled many times throughout Alpine Stake visiting and helping in 
the various Primary Organizations. In 1907 she served as President 
of the Young Women's Mutual Improvement Association in the Pleasant 
Grove First Ward. Here she helped to start a dramatics club, a reading 
class, and created interest in good literature and great books. 

In 1912 Florence became a member of the Duchesne Ward Relief 
Society. She worked as a class leader from 1915 to 1920. She was 
Secretary from 1920 to 1931. In June 1931 she became Relief Socity 
President with Ruby Stephensen and Verna Larsen as Counselors. As 
Relief Society President she was called upon to do many things. She 
would go into the homes to care for the sick, clean the house, and 
assist in childbirth. One time she was the only help when a pair of 
twins were born. She helped to prepare the dead for burial. She always 
helped make the temple clothes, trimmed the home-made caskets, com- 
forted the mourning, took food, bedding and clothing to the needy. 
Quilts and clothing were made under her direction. Some articles were 
sent to Salt Lake City and some left in the Stake. Funds were raised 
from banquets, bazaars, and dramas. Every organization in the Stake 
was visited by Florence at least twice during the year. In September 
1944 she resigned as Relief Society President to return to school 
teaching during World War II. 

Florence is highly respected and loved by her friends, neighbors, 
and church and community. She is indeed a credit to her pioneer anc- 
estors and her heritage. Florence is eighty-one years of age at the 
time of this writing, and still enjoying good health. She is the last 
surviving child of Alexander Hill Bullock and Emily Caroline Harris. 

JOHN PETER MADSEN, son of John Madsen and Hannah Jorgensen, was 
b. 16 Feb. 1883, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; md. 29 Sept. 1909, FLORENCE 
BULLOCK, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 

John spent his youth on a farm in Vineyard helping his father. 
He was baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 



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Saints on 8 May 1891 by Janse Jobell in the Provo River. He was or- 
dained a High Priest on 26 Sept. 19120 by Orsen F. Whitney. 

John attended the Vineyard schools and graduated from the eighth 
grade. He also attended the Brigham Young Academy for three months. 
He was called on a mission to the Southern States. He left on 18 Feb. 
1902, and returned after a successful service on 28 Mar. 1904. From 
1904 until 1908 he was a home missionary in the Utah Stake at Provo, 
Utah. 

John married Florence Bullock on 29 Sept. 1909 in the Salt Lake 
Temple. Shortly afterwards he went to Duchesne to homestead a ranch. 
He was soon called to serve his church again. He was called to be the 
Sunday School Superintendent of the Duchesne Ward on 8 Jan. 1912, and 
served for six years. He was ordained a Seventy and set apart as one of 
the seven presidents on 29 Sept. 1918, and served for two years. He 
was called as a Counselor to Bishop Francis Shelten on 29 Sept. 1920. 
For several years he was Stake Chairman of the Genealogical Committee, 
Chairman of the Stake Missionary Committee, Stake Superintendent of 
the Sunday School, First Counselor in the Young Men's Mutual Improve- 
ment Association, and Stake Supervisor of the Adult Aaronic Priest- 
hood. He became a member of the Stake High Council on 7 Jan. 1942 
and served until 28 Feb. 1949, when he was sustained President of the 
High Priests Quorum. On 11 Apr. 1954 he was made President of the 
Strawberry Branch, Duchesne Stake. 

John was active in political affairs of his community and State. 
He served for twenty years as the Duchesne County Democratic Chairman, 
beginning in 1920. He was elected Duchesne City Councilman in 1933, 
and served for ten years; and in 1947 was elected Mayor. From 1944 to 
1946 he was a State Representative of Utah. 

John received a citation for his services rendered in the war fund 
drive in 1943 from the State and Nation. On 20 Nov. 1943 he was appoint- 
ed a member of the Selective Service Board Number Twenty, and served for 
six consecutive years. In 1936 he was appointed by Governor Blood to 
the Farm Debt Adjustment Committee. Governor Blood also appointed him 
as a delegate to the National Reclamation Association held in Denver in 
1939. He served as a member of "This is the Place" Monument Committee. 
In 1945 he was appointed a member of the Colorado River Committee and 
served two years . 

John also was Deputy Game Warden for twelve years. He served as 
finance chairman of County Fairs from 1952 to 1954. He was elected a 
member of the Board of Directors of the State Association of County 
Fairs in 1953 and served in this capacity until 1959. John's life has 
been dedicated to serving his fellowmen in the community and State. 
He was a successful farmer, yet he found time to assist in many civic 
and church affairs. 

Florence Bullock and John Peter Madsen had the following child: 

1. Emily Madsen, b. 9 July 1911, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah. 

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CHAPTER IX 



ALEXANDER HILL BULLOCK and 
CLARISSA MELISSA HERRON family 



ALEXANDER HILL BULLOCK, son of James Bullock and Mary Hill, was 
b. 22 Sept. 1838, Essa Township, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada; d. 6 Mar. 
1926, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 9 Mar. 1926, Pleasant Grove, 
Utah, Utah; md. (1) 9 Nov. 1861, EMILY CAROLINE HARRIS, in the Salt 
Lake Endowment House, Salt Lake, Utah (See Chapter VIII); md . (2) 
6 Dec. 1875, CLARISSA MELISSA HERRON, in the Salt Lake Endowment 
House, Salt Lake, Utah. 

The life sketch of Alexander Hill Bullock is given in the pre- 
vious chapter (See Chapter VIII). 



CLARISSA MELISSA HERRON, dau. of Orlando Franklin Herron and 
Hannah Jane Driggs , was b. 15 Apr. 1859, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
d. 8 May 1937, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 11 May 1937, Pleasant 
Grove cemetery, Utah, Utah; md. 6 Dec. 1875, ALEXANDER HILL BULLOCK, 
in the Salt Lake Endowment House, Salt Lake, Utah. 

Clarissa was born in a small log cabin in Pleasant Grove. Like 
most pioneer families, her family shared the poverty and privations 
incident to building up the new community. Her early recollections 
are of helping earn a scant living, to sustain herself and help 
her parents provide for a large family. When six years of age she 
went with her mother and sister to glean in the harvest fields to 
furnish herself with clothing. As a young girl she learned to toil 
and to give. During her life she was characterized by these splendid 
qualities, giving of her time, her means, and her ability to help 
those less fortunate then herself. 

Schooling and other opportunities enjoyed today were denied 
her, but she grasped a broad view of the practical things of life. 
Just before her seventeenth birthday she married Alexander Hill Bul- 
lock. During the first summer of her married life she cooked for a 
large crowd of men at a saw mill in American Fork Canyon, where her 
husband was overseer of the mill. Later she cooked for a group of 
men in Little Cottonwood Canyon at the Granite Quarry, where the 
stones for the Salt Lake Temple were obtained. 



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Clarissa worked in the Relief Society Organization for forty 
years. She was a visiting teacher for a long period of time, then 
served as a Counselor in the organization until her health failed. 
While engaged in the Relief Society work and after her health failed, 
her home was always open to the sister to make burial clothes or 
other sewing for charitable use. Clarissa served for twenty years as 
Chairman of the Old Folks Committee, and devoted unselfishly to this 
organization. 

Clarissa was the mother of three daughters and one son. She was 
a successful wife and mother, a good cook and seamstress. She endured 
many hardships, but smiled through her problems. She was faithful and 
devoted to her family and the church. She stands as pure gold, tested 
in adversity, and set an example for her family and descendants to 
emulate . 



Alexander Hill Bullock and Clarissa Melissa Herron had the fol- 
lowing children: 

* 1. Clara Jennett Bullock, b. 17 Jan. 1877, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. (1) 20 Oct. 1902, Sanford Henry Johnson; md . (2) 26 
Nov. 1946, Samuel Senior Bennett. 
2. LaMont Bullock, b. 19 Apr. 1879, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
d. 4 Jan. 1920; unmd . 

* 3. Gertrude A Bullock, b. 20 Dec. 1881, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 18 Jan. 1905, Lafayette Gardner Blackhurst. 

* 4. Hannah Jane Bullock, b, 7 June 1885, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 10 June 1908, David Owen Halliday. 



CLARA JENNETT BULLOCK, dau . of Alexander Hill Bullock and Clarissa 
Melissa Herron, was b. 17 Jan. 1877, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 
(1) 20 Oct. 1902, SANFORD HENRY JOHNSON, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; md. (2) 26 Nov. 1946, SAMUEL SENIOR BENNETT, in the Idaho Falls 
Temple, Bonneville, Idaho. 

Clara attended the schools at Pleasant Grove , and completed the 
eighth grade. She helped tend children and picked fruit to get spend- 
ing money for herself. She fondly remembers the last year that granite 
was quarried in Little Cottonwood Canyon for the Salt Lake Temple. Her 
mother cooked for the men who were working. Clara and her younger sister 
spent the summer with her mother. As a special treat her mother would 
take the girls to pick wild raspberries . They would make pies, which 
everyone enjoyed; since they usually had dried fruit pies. A rare 
excursion was a trip in mule drawn carts that would take the men to 
work. Such a trip was welcomed by Clara, especially when they went 
up the canyon to Alta. After reaching the summit the mules would be 
unhitched, and they would return to camp unattended. The return trip 
was made in mining tram cars. The trip down the canyon was as thrill- 
ing as riding a giant racer. 

On 20 Oct. 1902 Clara married Sanford Henry Johnson. They moved 
to Nevada shortly after their married, where Sanford practiced barber- 



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ing. This marriage was not successful, and shortly after the 
birth of their daughter, Clara Jennett obtained a divorce. 

Clara Jennett helped to teach religion classes for a 
number of years after school hours. This work she enjoyed very 
much. She has been actively engaged in church work. She was a 
member of the Relief Society, and served as a visiting teacher 
for twenty years. 

Clara Jennett worked as a floor lady at the Pleasant Grove 
Cannery for twenty five years. She would help and supervise the 
ladies employed for the canning processes. She did this work 
well, and was highly respected by all those associated with her 
The cannery employment was mainly during the summer and fall. 
During the winter months she would do practical nursing. Dur- 
ing her lifetime she cared for more than three hundred babies 
and their mothers in Pleasant Grove and adjacent communities. 
During this time the mothers were expected to remain in bed 
for a period of ten days; so Clara Jennett took charge of the 
baby and the household duties. 

On 26 Nov, 1946 she married Samuel Senior Bennett in the 
Idaho Falls Temple. Later they moved to Canada a short time and 
did work in the Alberta Temple. This was a happy marriage, but 
was short lived. Samuel died in 1951, so she was once again 
without a companion. She made the best of the situation, and 
cares from her home and other responsibilities. She has many 
friends, and has been a fine member of the community. 



SANFORD HENRY JOHNSON, son of William Harvey Johnson and 
Virginia Dameron , was b. 13 Aug. 1873, Howard Lake, Wright, 
Minnestoa; d„ 14 Jan. 1939, Oakland, Alameda, California; bur. 
Jan. 1939, Piedmont Cemetery , Oakland , Alameda, California; md . 
(1) 20 Oct. 1902, CLARA JENNETT BULLOCK, in Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake, Utah; md. (2) 6 Apr. 1927, Edith Growse. 

Sanford was reared in Duluth, Minnesota, where he received 
a limited education. As a young man he worked as a trainman in 
Minnesota. He moved to Utah in 1900. He met and courted Clara 
Jennett Bullock of Pleasant Grove, Utah. Shortly after their 
marriage they moved to Salt Lake City, Utah, where Sanford 
attended a barbering school. When their only child was but one 
month and a half old, he took his family to a mining camp, near 
Lovelock, Nevada. Within a year he returned to Salt Lake City, 
where he continued his trade. He and Clara Jennett were div- 
orced shortly afterwards. In 1910 he moved to Oakland, Calif., 
where he continued his barbering trade until his death. On 6 
April 1927, he married Edith Growse. 

On 14 Jan. 1939, Sanford died at Oakland, California, and 
was buried in the Piedmont Cemetery. 



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SAMUEL SENIUK BENNETT, son of John Bell Bennett and Mary Senior, 
was b. 18 Nov. 1876, Payson, Utah, Utah; d , 20 Jan. 1951, Pleasant 
Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 24 Jan. 1951, Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Utah, 
Utah; md. (1) Mary Louise Pcirk; rad. (2) 26 Nov. 1946, CLARA JENNETT 
BULLOCK, in the Idaho Falls Temple, Bonneville, Idaho. 

Samuel was born and reared in Payson, Utah. He moved to Provo , 
Utah to get his schooling. As a young man he worked at the mines that 
were operated at Mercur, Utah. He married Mary Louise Park in Provo, 
and this marriage was later solemnized in the Alberta Temple. Samuel 
took his family to Canada where he was a successful farmer. After the 
death of his wife on 14 Jan. 1945, he moved to Pleasant Grove, Utah. 

Samuel married Clara Jennett Bullock on 26 Nov, 1946. They went 
to Canada for a short time, then returned to Pleasant Grove, Utah. 
Samuel was an active member of the church, and served as Superinten- 
dent of the Sunday School and a Counselor in the Bishopric for a num- 
ber of years. He also served as Superintendent of the Young Mens 
Mutual Imporvement Association. These offices were held while residing 
in Canada in the Taber Ward. Samuel died in 1951 and was buried in 
the Pleasant Grove Cemetery. Samuel and Clara had no children. 



Clara Jennett Bullock and Sanford Henry Johnson had the following 
child : 

* 1. Gertrude B Johnson, b. 11 Dec. 1903, Pleasant Grove, Utah; rad. 
28 July 1926, Charles Glen Westrope. 



GERTRUDE B JOHNSON, dau . of Sanford Henry Johnson and Clara Jen- 
nett Bullock, was b. 11 Dec. 1903, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 28 
July 1926, CHARLES GLEN WESTROPE, at Provo, Utah, Utah. He was b. 28 
May 1904, Provo, Utah, Utah; son of Charles Franklin Westrope and Dora 
Bell Koontz. Gertrude and Charles had the following children: 

1. Charles Gerald Westrope, b„ 1 Mar. 1927, Provo, Utah, Utah; d. 
26 Sept. 1928; unmd. 

* 2. Doran Robert Westrope, b. 31 July 1930, Provo, Utah, Utah; md . 

(1) 6 Aug. 1949, Mary Ellen Nell Hite; md. (2) 25 Nov. 1951, 
Joy Maebert Cooper; md . (3) 13 Jan. 1962, Carol Ann Clark. 

* 3. Patricia Westrope, b. 20 June 1932, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 4 

Apr. 1959, Richardo Brown Wilburn, Jr. 



DORAN ROBERT WESTROPE, son of Charles Glen Westrope and Gertrude 
B Johnson, was b. 21 July 1930, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. (1) 6 Aug. 
1949, MARY ELLEN NELL HITE, at Russellville , Logan, Kentucky. She was 
b. 21 Dec. 1929, Russellville, Logan, Kentucky; dau. of William Joseph 
Hite and Mary Ellen Morris. Doran Robert and Mary Ellen had the 
following child: (Div.) 

1. Jane Westrope, b. 26 June 1950, Nashville, Davidson, Tenn. 



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Doran Robert md. (2) 25 Nov. 1951, JOY MAEDERT COOPER, at Berke- 
ley, Alameda, California. She was b. 13 Apr. 1932, Chicago, Cook, 111.; 
dau. of Alfred Charles Cooper and Ruth Diamond. Doran Robert and Joy 
had the following children: (Div. ) 

1. Larry Allen Westrope , b. 25 Aug. 1952, Berkeley, Alameda, Calif. 

2. Linda Ann Westrope, b. 20 Aug. 1953, Berkeley, Alameda, Calif. 

3. Robert Michael Westrope, b. 9 Feb. 1955, Berkeley, Alameda, Calif. 

Doran Robert md. (3) 13 Jan. 1962, CAROL ANN CLARK, at Carson City, 
Ormsby, Nevada. She was b. 9 May 1939, Medf ord , Jackson, Oregon; dau. 
of Arthur G. Clark and Esther Ruth Dantima. Doran Robert and Carol had 
the following children: 

1. Bradley Stephen Westrope, b. 14 Mar. 1963, Berkeley, Alameda, 
California. 



PATRICIA WESTROPE, dau. of Charles Glen Westrope and Gertrude B 
Johnson, was b. 20 June 1932, Provo , Utah, Utah; md. 4 Apr. 1959, 
RICHARDO BROWN WILBURN, Jr., at Stevenson, Skamania, Washington. He 
was b. 17 Nov. 1935, San Antonio, Bexar, Texas; son of Richardo Brown 
Wilburn and Elvira Galendo. 



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GERTRUDE A BULLOCK, dau. of Alexander Hill Bullock and Clarissa 
Melissa Herron , was b. 20 Dec. 1881, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 
18 Jan. 1905, LAFAYETTE GARDNER BLACKHURST, in the Salt Lake Temple, 
Salt Lake, Utah. 

Gertrude was born in the old Bullock home in Pleasant Grove, 
Utah. When she was very young her father was called on a mission to 
New Zealand. Her mother had to earn the living and care for the four 
children. Gertrude was baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ 
of Latter Day Saints in Utah Lake. 

She married Lafayette Gardner Blackhurst in 1905 in the Salt Lake 
Temple. Their first home was on the State Highway 91, on the southern 
edge of Pleasant Grove. Later they added one additional room. In 1913 
they built the present Blackhurst home, about one block north of their 
old home. 

Gertrude worked in most of the organizations of the church. She 
served for fifteen years in the Primary as a teacher, President, and 
Stake officer. She served as a MIA Counselor on two different occasions 
and as President at the time Mutual Dell was built in American Fork 
Canyon. She served for years in the Relief Society organization as 
a visiting teacher, class instructor, and Counselor. 



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When the Strawberry Day Celebration began in Pleasant Grove, Utah, 
the Relief Society of three Wards in the city served dinner. Gertrude 
assisted for fifteen years in this work. The menu consisted of chicken 
or ham, potatoes , vegetables, salad, strawberries, and cake all for 
fifty cents. 

Gertrude received nine certificates from the Genealogical Committee 
for work in this area; and has attended many Temples. When she was a 
member of the Stake Primary Board she would drive a horse and buggy to 
Union Meetings at Lehi , Alpine and American Fork. She has served an 
active role in the Church all her life. She was a good mother and wife, 
and set a fine example for her family. 

LAFAYETTE GARDNER BLACKHURST , son of David Blackhurst and Eliza- 
beth Gardner, was b. 31 Dec. 1878, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
d. 30 Nov. 1950, American Fork, Utah, Utah; bur. 4 Dec. 1950, Pleasant 
Grove cemetery, Utah, Utah; md. 18 Jan. 1905, GERTRUDE A Bullock, in 
the Salt Lake Temple, Utah. 

His early life was spent in Salt Lake City where he attended 
school and worked on the family farm. He also helped his father as a 
delivery boy in a grocery store. After he graduated from school in 
Salt Lake City he attended the Salt Lake Business College for a short 
period of time. At this time his father bought a farm in Pleasant 
Grove, Utah. Laf e , as he was called, came to assist his brothers on 
the large farm. Soon his brothers left the farm, and Lafe carried on 
with the responsibilities. 

After coming to Pleasant Grove, Lafe met and courted Gertrude A 
Bullock, and were married on 18 Jan. 1905. In the early years of farm- 
ing, Lafe also raised Hereford beef cattle, in which he took much pride. 
Later he sold his cattle and went into the dairy business along with 
his farming. During the depression years of the early 1930* s he went 
to work at the Ironton Steel Plant. He left the responsibilities of 
the farm to his boys. He worked at the steel plant for eleven years, 
until his health forced him to retire. 

Lafe was active in the church and civic affairs. He died on 30 
Nov. 1950 at the age of seventy one, and was buried on 4 Dec. 1950. 

Gertrude A Bullock and Lafayette Gardner Blackhurst had the fol- 
lowing children: 

* 1. Paul L Blackhurst, b. 10 Sept. 1906, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 19 Dec. 1935, Wanda Berniece Berry. 

* 2. Clara Blackhurst, b. 17 July 1908, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 23 Dec. 1929, William Ernest Cook. 

* 3. Rollo B Blackhurst, b. 15 Apr. 1913, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 18 Nov. 1936, Sarah Elizabeth Berry. 

* 4. Elizabeth Blackhurst, b. 4 Dec. 1915, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 18 Jan. 1939, Wilber R Harding. 



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* 5. David B Blackhurst, b. 4 Jan. 1918, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 30 July 1947, Zola Anderson. 

* 6. LaMont Gordon Blackhurst, b. 27 June 1922, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 14 June 1945, Reva Anderson. 

PAUL L BLACKHURST, son of Lafayette Gardner Blackhurst and Ger- 
trude A Bullock, was b. 10 Sept. 1906, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
md. 19 Dec. 1935, WANDA BERNIECE BERRY, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt 
Lake, Utah. She was b. 8 Oct. 1912, Cedar Fort, Utah, Utah; dau . of 
Lysander Berry and Fannie Neat. Paul and Wanda had the following 
children : 

1. Coleen Blackhurst, b. 7 Mar. 1937, Lehi , Utah, Utah. 

* 2. Larry Paul Blackhurst, b. 30 June 1939, American Fork, Utah, Utah; 

md. 5 July 1963, Juanita Carol Hood. 

3. Kent Berry Blackhurst, b. 9 Nov. 1943, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

4. Pharis Craig Blackhurst, b. 29 May 1945, American Fork, Utah, Ut . 

5. Marvin Dean Blackhurst, b. 30 June 1950, American Fork, Utah, Ut . 

LARRY PAUL BLACKHURST, son of Paul L Blackhurst and Wanda Ber- 
niece Berry, was b. 30 June 1939, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 5 July 
1963, JUANITA CAROL HOOD, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She 
was b. 17 Feb. 1943, Fort Smith, Crawford, Arkansas; dau. of Howard 
Thomas Hood and Imogene Hibbard. 



CLARA BLACKHURST, dau. of Lafayette Gardner Blackhurst and Gertrude 
A Bullock, was b. 17 July 1908, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 23 Dec. 
1929, WILLIAM ERNEST COOK, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. He was 
b. 18 Nov. 1905, Cedar Fort, Utah, Utah; d. 31 Mar. 1959, American Fork, 
Utah, Utah; bur. 3 Apr. 1959, American Fork, Utah, Utah; son of William 
Henry Cook and Alice Chamberlain. William Ernest and Clara had the fol- 
lowing children: 

* 1. Richard Ernest Cook, b. 7 Sept. 1930, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
md. 12 Sept. 1950, Clea Searle. 
2. Gerald Lee Cook, b. 11 Mar. 1938, Lehi, Utah, Utah. 



RICHARD ERNEST COOK, son of William Ernest Cook and Clara Black- 
hurst, was b. 7 Sept. 1930, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 12 Sept. 
1950, CLEA SEARLE, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She was 
b. 18 July 1930, American Fork, Utah, Utah; dau. of Leslie Courtland 
Searle and Ruby Parker. Richard and Clea had the following children: 

1. Susan Cook, b. 15 Apr. 1955, Charlestown, Charleston, South Car- 
olina. 

2. Janalee Cook, b. 14 Feb. 1958, Glendale, Los Angeles, Calif. 

3. Sharon Cook, b. 9 July 1961, Newport Beach, Orange, California. 



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ROLLO B DLACKIIUHST, son of Lafayette Gardner Blackhurst and Ger- 
trude A Bullock, was b. 15 Apr. 1913, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; rad. 
18 Nov. 1936, SARAH ELIZABETH BERRY, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 
Utah. She was b. 6 Dec. 1917, Cedar Fort, Utah, Utah; dau . of Woodruff 
Lysander Berry and Sarah Bradshaw Strickland. Rollo and Sarah Elizabeth 
had the following children: 

* 1. Reese Berry Blackhurst, b. 7 Feb. 1938, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 8 June 1962, Sandra Jean Phillips. 

* 2. Brenda Blackhurst, b. 22 May 1941, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 

16 Nov. 1961, Clarence Dwayne Allen. 

3. Michael Dennis Blackhurst, b. 11 Apr. 1944, American Fork, Utah. 

4. Clinton R Blackhurst, b. 26 Apr. 1947, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

5. Marcia Blackhurst, b. 20 Sept. 1953, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

REESE BERRY BLACKHUliST , son of Rollo B Blackhurst and Sarah Eliza- 
beth Berry, was b. 7 Feb. 1938, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 8 June 
1962, SANDRA JEAN PHILLIPS, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
She was b. 17 Jan. 1941, Lehi . Utah, Utah; dau. of Jean Lauper Phillips 
and Jane Zade Webb. 



BRENDA BLACKHURST, dau. of Rollo B Blackhurst and Sarah Elizabeth 
Berry, was b. 22 May 1941, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md . 16 Nov. 1961, 
CLARENCE DWAYNE ALLEN, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was 
b. 18 Feb. 1939, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son of Floyd Ray 
Allen and Martha Elaine Henefer. Brenda and Clarence Dwayne had the 
following children: 

1 o Dwayne Berry Allen, b. 13 Apr. 1963, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



ELIZABETH BLACKHURST, dau. of Lafayette Gardner Blackhurst and 
Gertrude A Bullock, was b. 4 Dec. 1915, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
md. 18 Jan. 1939, WILBER R HARDING, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 
Utah. He was b. 5 Sept. 1915, Provo , Utah, Utah; son of Raymond Hard- 
ing and Alma Marie Frederikka Andreason. Elizabeth and Wilber had the 
following children: 

1. Ilene Harding, b. 29 Feb. 1940, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Ray Lynn Harding, b. 6 Oct. 1942, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

3. Judy Ann Harding, b. 28 Dec. 1945, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

4. Mark W Harding, b. 7 May 1948, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



DAVID B BLACKHURST, son of Lafayette Gardner Blackhurst and Ger- 
trude A Bullock, was b. 4 Jan. 1918, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 
30 July 1947, ZOLA ANDERSON, in the Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. She 
was b. 21 Aug. 1916, Oak City, Millard, Utah; dau. of John Lee Ander- 
son and Emma Estelle Broadhead. David and Zola had the following child- 
ren : 



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1. Janell Blackhurst , b. 5 Nov. 1948, Provo , Utah, Utah. 

2. Gordon L Blackhurst (twin), b. 9 Dec. 1950, American Fork, Utah, 
Utah. 

3. Gaylen J Blackhurst (twin), b. 9 Dec. 1950, American Fork, Utah, 
Utah. 



LAMONT GORDON BLACKHURST , son of Lafayette Gardner Blackhurst 
and Gertrude A Bullock, was b. 27 June 1922, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 
Utah; md. 14 June 1945, REVA ANDERSON , in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt 
Lake, Utah. She was b. 25 Nov. 1925, Cedar Fort, Utah, Utah; dau . of 
Wallace Anderson and Mary Fowler Berry. LaMont and Reva had the follow- 
inf children: 

1. Ronald L Blackhurst, b. 13 Aug. 1946, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Marilyn Blackhurst, b. 9 July 1949, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Analene Blackhurst, b. 7 Feb. 1952, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

4. Kelvyn A Blackhurst, b. 15 Apr. 1956, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



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HANNAH JANE BULLOCK, dau. of Alexander Hill Bullock and Clarissa 
Melissa Herron , was b. 7 June 1885, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 
10 June 1908, DAVID OWEN HALLIDAY, at Provo, Utah, Utah. 

Hannah was born in the old Bullock home at Pleasant Grove, Utah. 
When she was two years of age her father was called on a mission to New 
Zealand. Before leaving he purchased a small home four blocks east of 
the home where she was born. Her mother with her four children were 
left to manage while he preached the gospel. 

One of Hannah's fond memories was the time they lived at Alta, 
Utah. Her mother was a good cook, and she was employed as a cook to 
feed the men who were quarrying granite in Little Cottonwood Canyon 
to finish the Salt Lake Temple. Her mother took the children to pick 
flowers and wild berries. She enjoyed the stories told them in the 
evenings. 

Hannah attended the local schools and graduated from the eighth 
grade in 1905. During the summers she would help pick fruit and pre- 
pare it for drying. Hannah enjoyed these years. Each year of school 
was a joy of her, and one year she was greatly disappointed to miss 
school since she had typhoid fever. She lost her hair, and remained 
out of school until her hair grew in again. Graduation was a joyous 
occasion. It was customary to have the graduates of Lehi and American 
Fork join with those of Pleasant Grove. The students were transported 
by wagons. On this ocassion the two boys driving the teams had a race, 
and one wagon spilled the students. Luckily no one was injured, but 
many girls spent the afternoon washing, mending, and starching their 
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After graduation Hannah took a sewing class from a Mrs. McKay in 
Pleasant Grove, Utah. Her mother gave her a sewing machine for the 
class , The tuition was ten dollars, which Hannah helped earn by tend- 
ing children for fifteen cents a day. She learned to sew well and to 
do embordiery work. She was such an apt student that when the course 
was finished she was hired by Mrs. McKay as a helper. The following 
two years she worked for fifty cents a day and her dinner. 

On 10 June 1908 Hannah married David Owen Halliday at Provo , Utah 
She was a fine homemaker. Her husband was away from home much of the 
time with the sheep herd. Hannah knew how to sew well and provided the 
children with well made clothing. She had a large garden which provided 
vegetables and fruits for canning. Each winter her shelves were well 
stocked with food of all kinds. 

Fun for the family came on occasions, like going to the Geneva 
Resort on the wagon. After swimming the family would sit down and 
consume a table full of fried chicken, hot bread, home made ice cream, 
and chocolate cake. The family also enjoyed the summer visits to the 
Strawberry area at the sheep camp with her husband. In the winter they 
would ride the electric interurban to Salt Lake City to see a drama 
or an opera at the Salt Lake Theatre. 

When all the children were in school Hannah worked at the Pleas- 
ant Grove Cannery during the canning season as a floor lady . Later she 
worked at the school luncheon. During this time she was also helping 
in the Relief Society Organization as the Secretary. This position she 
held for twelve years, then served as Counselor on two different occa- 
sions. She was a member of the Old Folks Committee for twenty five 
years. 

Hannah managed to find time and energy to have beautiful flower 
gardens, which bloomed all summer. She always seemed to find time to 
enjoy her flowers, and to arrange beautiful bouquets. She won a drawer 
full of ribbons for her displays at the flower shows. 

Hannah has taken many trips through out United States and Western 
Canada. She has lived an active useful life. She was still a visiting 
teacher for the Relief Society at the age of seventy five. 



DAVID OWEN HALLIDAY, son of Willard Henry Halliday and Mary Ellen 
Adamson, was b. 25 Aug. 1882, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 10 June 
1908, HANNAH JANE BULLOCK, at Provo, Utah, Utah. 

When he was six years of age his father was called on a mission 
to the Southern States. Before leaving he finished another room on the 
family home, and left feeling that his wife and four children would be 
quite comfortable. The family enjoyed his letters and began to count 
the months for their father's return. Then came the heart rendering 
news that he had died of pneumonia, and that his body would be returned 
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David's mother went to Salt Lake City to take a course in Obs- 
trectics. The four children went to live with the Adamson grandparents. 
Upon her return three children went to live with his mother, but 
David stayed with his grandparents. They operated the flour mill in 
Pleasant Grove, so there were plenty of jobs to do for David. His 
special chores were taking care of the cows as well as helping in 
the mill. He did so well with the cows that an uncle asked him to 
care for some sheep in the winter „ He gladly accepted this added 
responsibility, and earned enough money to buy five head of cattle 
of his own. He was only in the sixth grade and was proud of his own 
cattle . 

When he was fourteen he was hired to haul lumber from American 
Fork Canyon. He did the work well, and preferred to work rather than 
return to school. He did return to school, and graduated from the eighth 
grade in 1897. After graduation he obtained a job helping construct the 
Electric Power House at the base of Timpanogos . The following two years 
he hauled clay for the Wadley brothers. 

In 1908 he married Hannah Jane Bullock. After this marriage he 
engaged in farming. He raised wheat, barley, oats, potatoes, corn, and 
wild hay. During the haying season of two different years he contracted 
typhoid fever, and was very ill. Later he decided to leave the farming 
and eng'aged in the sheep business. This meant he would have to spend 
the Summer months in the Strawberry area, and the Winters in the des- 
ert in Western Utah. After a period of time he sold his sheep and re- 
turned to farming and dairying. 

For many years he worked as a member of the Old Folks Committee, 
and was a member of the High Priests Quorum in Timpanogos Stake. At the 
age of eighty he was still actively engaged in the dairy business, 
rising at four-thirty each morning to milk the cows. He always had 
plenty of work to do during his life, and enjoyed doing it. 

Hannah Jane Bullock and David Owen Halliday had the following 
children; 

* 1. Ella B Halliday, b. 26 Sept. 1910, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 29 June 1932, Samuel Clifton Jackson. 

* 2. Willard Reed Halliday, b. 8 Dec. 1913, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 14 July 1938, Ida Chloe Cobbley. 

* 3. Rhea B Halliday, b. 24 June 1915, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 

15 Nov. 1940, Reed Parley Robinson. 

* 4. Eugene Ray Halliday, b. 15 June 1917, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. (1) 2 Oct. 1939, Lyle Hooley; md. (2) 1 Jan. 1948, Bessie 
Marie Nielsen; md. (3) 23 Aug. 1950, Jean Evans. 

* 5. Owen Blaine Halliday, b. 9 Apr. 1919, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. (1) 9 July 1948, Barbara Mae Bur dick; md. (2) 1 Jan. 1962, 
Doris May Rentizch. 



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ELLA B HALLIDAY, dau . of David Owen Halliday and Hannah Jane 
Bullock, was b. 26 Sept. 11)10 , Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah, md. 29 
June 1932, SAMUEL CLIFTON JACKSON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake 
Utah. He was b. 28 Oct. 1907, Lehi , Utah, Utah; d. 28 Aug. 1957, Amer- 
ican Fork, Utah, Utah; bur, 31 Aug. 1957, Lehi Cemetery, Utah, Utah; 
son of Samuel Kershaw Jackson and Mary Ann Moore. Ella and Samuel had 
the following children; 

1. Judy Ann Jackson, b. 26 May 1946, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 
2„ Jane Jackson, b. 30 May 1948, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



WILLARD REED HALLIDAY, son of David Owen Halliday and Hannah Jane 
Bullock, was b. 8 Dec. 1913, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 14 July 
1938, IDA CHLOE COBBLEY , in the Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. She was b. 
27 Oct. 1917, Nephi , Juab, Utah; dau. of Ira Cobbley and Rhoda Marie 
Tolley. Willard Reed and Ida had the following children: 

1. Reed Bernell Halliday, b, 17 Apr. 1940, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 
* 2. LaRae Halliday, b. 8 Oct. 1943, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 
2 June 1961, Curtis Alvron Alverson. 

3. Lynn Halliday, b. 27 Oct. 1945, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

4. Elaine Halliday, b. 8 Sept. 1954, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



LARAE HALLIDAY, dau. of Willard Reed Halliday and Ida Chloe Cob- 
bley, was b. 8 Oct. 1943, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 2 June 1961, 
CURTIS ALVRON ALVERSON, at Orem , Utah, Utah. He was b. 3 July 1938, 
Salina, Sevier, Utah, son of Louis D. Alverson and Vernell Curtis. 



RHEA B HALLIDAY, dau. of David Owen Halliday and Hannah Jane 
Bullock, was b. 24 June 1915, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 15 Nov. 
1940, REED PARLEY ROBINSON, at Nogales, Santa Cruz, Arizona. He was 
b. 9 Aug. 1917, American Fork, Utah, Utah; son of Reed Howard Robin- 
son and Arsenia Betsy Hansen. Rhea and Reed had the following children 

1. Robert Robinson, b. 5 Dec. 1941. Tuscon, Pima. Arizona. 

2. Alene Robinson, b. 19 May 1943 American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Jo Ann Robinson, b. 5 Sept. 1947, Stuttgart, Wurttemberg, Germany, 

EUGENE RAY HALLIDAY, son of David Owen Halliday and Hannah Jane 
Bullock, was b. 15 June 1917, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . (1) 2 
Oct. 1939, LYLE HOOLEY, at Farmington , Davis, Utah. She was b. 20 
June 1921, Lindon , Utah, Utah; dau. of Tharia Leo Hooley and Thelma 
Jacobson. Eugene and Lyle had the following child: (Div. ) 

1. Glen Gene Halliday, b. 26 Feb. 1940, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

Eugene Ray md. (2) 1 Jan. 1948, BESSIE MARIE NIELSEN, at Pleasant 
Grove, Utah, Utah, She was b. 16 May 1924, Pleasant Grove, Utah. Utah; 



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d. 10 June 1949, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 14 June 1949, 
Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Utah, Utah; dau. of Ilensen W. Nielsen and 
Lorena Lira. 

Eugene Ray md . (3) 23 Aug. 1950, JEAN EVANS, in the Salt Lake 
Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 28 Apr. 1927, Midvale, Salt Lake, 
Utah; dau. of Lee Robert Evans and Bertha Lucille Poulsen. 



OWEN BLAINE HALLIUAY, son of David Owen Halliday and Hannah Jane 
Bullock, was b. 9 Apr. 1919, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. (1) 9 
July 1948, BARBARA MAE BURDICK, at 

d. 24 Oct. 1961, Reno, Washoe, Nevada; bur. 28 Oct. 1961, Ferron , Emery, 
Utah; dau. of Francis Eugene Burdick and Millie Cook. Owen Blaine and 
Barbara had the following child: 

1. Robert Blaine Halliday, b. 31 Jan. 1949, Elko, Elko, Nevada. 

Owen Blaine md. (2) 1 Jan. 1962, DORIS MAY RENTZSCH , at Reno, 
Washoe, Nevada. She was b. 16 Mar. 1924, Chicago, Cook, Illinois; dau. 
of Walter Alfred Rentzsch and Anna Elizabeth Knoblock. 



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CHAPTER X 



ELIZABETH BULLOCK and 
DANIEL DUNCAN McARTHUR family 

ELIZABETH BULLOCK, dau . of James Bullock and Mary Hill, was b. 
18 Sept. 1841, Nauvoo , Hancock, Illinois; d. 28 Jan. 1913, St. George, 
Washington, Utah; bur. in the St. George Cemetery, Washington, Utah; 
md. 13 Feb. 1858, DANIEL DUNCAN McARTHUR, in the Salt Lake Endowment 
House, Salt Lake, Utah. 

In the summer of 1841 Elizabeth's parents moved from Essa Town- 
ship, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada to Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois. Shortly 
after their arrival Elizabeth was born at Nauvoo. She crossed the plains 
with her parents to the Salt Lake Valley when she was only seven years 
of age. Her father died of pneumonia in 1850, just two years after 
their arrival in the valley. 

When Elizabeth was only sixteen years of age she was asked to 
marry Daniel Duncan McArthur. On one occasion on a Friday President 
Brigham Young met Daniel and told him to be at the Endowment House on 
the following Tuesday to have a plural wife sealed to him. He went and 
consulted with his wife. She agreed and said that Sister Bullock had a 
nice girl, and so did the Hill family. Daniel went to the Bullock home 
and told Sister Bullock what President Young had said. Sister Bullock 
said her daughter was not at home, but she thought that Elizabeth was 
a little too young. Daniel then went to the Hill home. They also thought 
their daughter was too young, but if it was President Young's desire 
they would not object. As Daniel was leaving the Hill home, Sister 
Bullock met Daniel with Elizabeth. She said she had reconsidered it, 
and did not want to go against President Young's request. Sister Bullock 
had one wish, and that was for Elizabeth to remain home for one more 
year, which she did. Daniel went the second mile on Brigham Young s 
request , and married Elizabeth Bullock and Mary Brice Hill on the same 
day, on 13 Feb. 1858, in the Endowment House, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Elizabeth was very quiet and unassuming; and would not offend 
anyone. She was always willing to do more than her share of the work. 
She always thought of others before herself. She lived in the same 
house as the other wives. Each had their part of the responsibilities. 
Elizabeth took care of the milk and butter, prepared dinner, made 
bread, helped with the meat, sausage, corned beef, etc. She made cider 
vinegar for sale from their apples. She helped with the laundry, made 
mens clothes and mens hats. She did much gardening, and saw that the 



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children did the irrigating and weeding of the garden. 

Elizabeth taught Sunday School and worked in the Primary. 
She worked for many years in the Relief Socity. She never enjoyed 
being in the public, but loved to help the sick and weary. She lived 
an active and useful life, and all who knew her loved her. 



DANIEL DUNCAN McARTHUR, son of Duncan McArthur and Susan McKeen, 
was b. 8 Apr. 1820, Holland, Erie, New York; d. 3 June 1908, St. Geo- 
rge, Washington, Utah; bur. June 1908, St. George Cemetery, Washington, 
Utah; md. (1) 14 June 1841, Cordelia Jane Clark; md. (2) 14 Dec. 1845, 
Caroline Fuller; md. (3) 24 Jan. 1846, Matilda A. Fuller; md. (4) 13 
Feb. 1858, Mary Brice Hill; md. (£>) 13 Feb. 1858, ELIZABETH BULLOCK, 
in the Salt Lake Endowment House, Utah; md. (6) 1872, Mary Frances 
Calloway. 

Daniel moved with his parents from New York to Kirtland, Ohio, in 
1836. There he met the Prophet Joseph Smith who taught him the gospel. 
He was made a captain of a company of Saints when only eighteen, at 
the time the Saints were driven from Kirtland. A group of 550 people 
moved from Ohio to Adam-ondi-Ahman , Daviess County, Missouri. In 1838 
Daniel was baptized a member of the church in the Missouri River. After 
residing there a short period of time they received a threat of exter- 
mination in ten days, and the Saints there moved to Far West, Missouri, 
for three months. In the Spring of 1839 Daniel and his parent's family 
moved to Quincy, Illinois. While there his father was sent on a two 
year mission. Daniel and his younger brothers took care of the large 
family. 

In 1841 he married Cordelia Jane Clark* Daniel and his wife stayed 
at Qunicy , where as the rest of his family moved to Nauvoo. While at 
Quincy his wife died. After the death of the Prophet Joseph Smith, 
Daniel went to Nauvoo to live. In 1845 he was ordained a Seventy. On 
14 Dec. 1845 he married Matilda Caroline Fuller. While in Nauvoo Daniel 
was appointed to be a policeman, and was engaged in wagon building and 
other occupations. 

On 1 Feb. 1846 he and his wife were endowed and sealed in the Nau- 
voo Temple. A few days later they crossed the Mississippi River on the 
ice, and passed to the general camp of Saints on Sugar Creek. Thence, 
they traveled to Garden Grove. Here they built houses and fenced five 
hundred acres of land for the poor, who were unable to go further at 
this time. Bridge building, road making, etc., were part of the neces- 
sary jobs for the first company who made their exodus from Nauvoo, on 
their journey to the Missouri River. 

Daniel was captain of 500 Saints during the winters of 1846 and 
1847 at Winter Quarters, Nebraska. In 1846 one of his brothers joined 
the Mormon Battalion. Daniel remained behind with his father and family 
until 1848. In the Spring of 1848 Daniel led his company of Saints 
from Winter Quarters to Salt Lake Valley, arriving in Sept. 1848. 



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Daniel was called on a mission to Europe in 1852, and succeeded 
Andrew Ferguson in the Presidency of the Dundee Conference, in Scot- 
land. He was released early in 1856, and was chosen second counselor 
to Elder James Ferguson, who presided over the Saints who crossed the 
Atlantic Ocean in the ship Enoch Train . When the finally reached Iowa, 
a hand-cart company was given to his charge. He was set apart as 
Captain of his company, which consisted of 250 souls, five wagons, 
100 handcarts, 24 oxen, and 4 mules. Many of the people were quite 
old, but he put his full trust in the Lord. He joined the Ellsworth 
Company, and the two went to Salt Lake Valley together. Presir^nt 
Young and many leading citizens met them with Pitts Band. Daniel said 
it was not all unpleasant during the three months of travel. They had 
their pleasant times. At night the handcarts were formed in a circle, 
and on the inside a fire was built. They sang and danced, and thank the 
Lord for their safe arrival hus far. 

During the years of 1856 and 1857 he served as a home missionary. 
In the Spring of 1857 he was called to go back to Devil's Gate on the 
Sweetwater to bring in the Saints who started out too late in 1856. These 
Saints had suffered much with hunger and cold, and attacks by Indians 
during the Winter Months. He made the trip safely and returned in Aug- 
ust. 

In 1857 Brigham Young called on the old Nauvoo Legion to organ- 
ize themselves, because of impending danger of soldiers from the U.S. 
Government. Daniel was chosen a major over a batallion. They drilled 
and got themselves in readiness. In the fall of 1857 he was ordered to 
go with his batallion into Echo Canyon to stop Johnson's army, which 
he did. They were in the canyon most all the winter of 1857 and part 
of 1858. After they came to an understanding with President Young, and 
the army moved to Cedar Valley, Utah County, Utah. 

On 13 Feb. 1858 he married Elizabeth Bullock in the Salt Lake 
Endowment House, Utah. Shortly afterwards Daniel and his batalion were 
dismissed. He then was asked to go the Utah County to help build up 
this area. He helped build canals, roads, cleared land for farming, 
and planted crops. He remained here until 1861. 

At the General Conference in October 1861, Daniel was called 
on a mission to settle in "Our Dixie" in Southern Utah. Thus he be- 
came one of the first settlers of St. Geroge, Utah. He helped to lay 
out the city lots. In 1862 he was ordained a High Priest, and called 
to serve as first counselor to Bishop Robert Gardener. On 15 Nov. 
1862 he was ordained a Bishop by Apostle Orson Pratt and set apart 
to preside over the Third Ward in St. George. In 1863 he was appoint- 
ed to take charge of a train of sixty wagons, ox teams, and teamsters 
and go to the Missouri River to bring in the poor Saints. 

On 14 May 1864 he was chosen a member of the High Council of the 
St. George Stake of Zion. He served in that capacity until 15 Sept. 
1869, when he was called to act as presiding Bishop in Southern Utah. 
In 1868 he was called upon to go with teams to the frontiers and bring 
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On 4 June 1877 Daniel was called on another mission to Great Bri- 
tain, and labored principally in the Manchester conference, Returning 
home he acted as first counselor to Elder Henry W. Naisbitt in leading 
a company of Saints to Zion. They arrived in Salt Lake City, Utah, on 
3 Oct. 1878. On 20 Mar. 1881 Daniel was set apart as second counselor 
to President John D. T. McAllister, President of the St. George Stake. 
On 26 Sept. 1888 he was chosen as President of the St. George Stake, 
and was set apart by Apostle John VI. Taylor on 17 Dec . 1888. He served 
honorable in this position until his release on 14 June 1901; when he 
was ordained a Patriarch for that Stake. 

At various times he served to do military and police duty, notably 
during the troublous times at Nauvoo , Illinois. In Utah during the Wal- 
ker, Ute , and Navajo raids and wars he took a part; also in the so-called 
Buchanan war. He served for some time as major under Gen. Daniel H. Wells, 
and was afterwards commissioned colonel of infantry by Governor Durkee. 
During the anti-polygamy raids he was hunted for six years. The officers 
succeeded in finding him in Apr. 1890. In order to save his family from 
exposure, insult and insolence of court officials, he pleaded guilty to 
the charge of unlawful cohabitation, and was fined $321.00, which he 
promptly paid, 

Daniel served well and faithful to the end. He died on 3 June 1908, 
at St. George, Utah; and was buried there, 

Elizabeth Bullock and Daniel Duncan McArthur had the following 
children: 

* 1. Eugenia McArthur, b. 4 Dec. 1860, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 

28 Apr. 1880, Benjamin Franklin Coates, Jr. 
2, George McArthur, b. June 1866, St. George, Washington, Utah; d. 

17 July 1867; unmd . 

* 3. Isabelle McArthur, b. 13 July 1868, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 31 Oct. 1895, George Smith Bunker. 

* 4. James McArthur, b. 29 Jan. 1871, St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 

18 Oct. 1894, Elizabeth Oxborrow. 

* 5. Emeline McArthur, b. 24 Feb. 1874, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 24 Feb. 1896, Charles William Seegmiller, J r „ 

* 6. Moroni McArthur, b. 25 Apr. 1877, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 7 Dec. 1905, Emma Jarvis Cottam. 



EUGENIA Mc ARTHUR, dau . of Daniel Duncan McArthur and Elizabeth 
Bullock, was b. 4 Dec. 1860, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 1 Feb. 
1941, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California; bur. Feb. 1941, St. George, 
Washington, Utah; md . 28 Apr, 1880, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN COATES, Jr. 

The first recollections Eugenia had were of the beginning of the 
building of houses in St. George, and how thrilled the people were when 
another family had a house completed and could move into it. She could 
recall attending meetings in the old Bowery and attending plays in 



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the Social Hall. 

After she was eight years of age she spent many weeks each summer 
picking cotton, stripping sugar cane, and gleaning wheat on their land 
along the Virgin River. As a child she also helped with the hand ginn- 
ing of the cotton. She also aided in picking and cleaning waste from 
wool before it was corded and spun. By the time Eugenia was fourteen 
years of age she was efficient with a needle, and was an excellent 
seamstress. She did the sewing by hand, until a family sewing machine 
was purchased. Eugenia was naturally gifted at cutting and fitting 
clothing and followed dressmaking all her life. 

Eugenia was frequently hired to wash clothes when in her teens. 
There were no washing machines or other conveniences. In later years 
she quaked at the thought of the great tubs of dirty clothes, which 
used to be a regular day's job of hand scrubbing. She used home made 
soap and very little of that, but plenty of elbow action. 

When Eugenia was eighteen years of age she began to sew for other 
people. After this time many a bride was beautifully arrayed in the 
handiwork of this pioneer seamstress. She made hundreds of burial out- 
fits for all ages, and always with the greatest of care and neatness. 
She made all types of clothes for men, wormen, and children, for people 
in St. George, Washington, and Santa Clara. 

Eugenia married Benjamin Franklin Coates in the St. George Temple. 
Her wedding dress was a beautiful lavender alpaca, which her father 
brought from England when he returned from a mission. This dainty mat- 
erial was made more beautiful by the handiwork of Eugenia. 

Her husband was away from home much of the time during their 
early years of marriage. This left Eugenia to care for the many duties 
of the home and family. These responsibilities did not interfer with 
her sewing. Eugenia was an active Relief Society worker most of her 
life. She served as first counselor for many years, visiting teacher, 
and many cooking and sewing responsibilities. 

After the death of her husband, Eugenia, spent most of her time 
in California or Arizona with her children. She died 1 Feb. 1941 in 
Los Angeles, California; and was buried at St. George, Utah. 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN COATES, Jr., son of Benjamin Franklin Coates 
and Rebecca Anglin, was b. 25 Oct. 1855, Grantsville, Tooele, Utah; 
d. 22 Dec. 1938, St. George, Washington, Utah; bur. Dec. 1938, St. 
Geortre cemetery, Washington, Utah; md. 28 April 1880, EUGENIA Mc- 
ARTHUR,in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. 

Benjamin moved from Grantsville with his parents at a very early 
age, and settled in St. George, Utah. Benjamin and Eugenia were pion- 
eer childhood friends, which later blossomed into courtship and mar- 
riage. They were married in the St. George Temple by President John 
D.T. McAllister on 28 Apr. 1880. 



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Benjamin Franklin Coates , Jr. Eugenia Mc Arthur 






Edwin Burto 



Andrew M. 



Roxie 






Le Grande 



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Benjamin Franklin Coates, Jr. spent much of his young manhood in 
the lumbering business. He cut timber, sawed it, and hauled the lumber 
from the Mt . Trumbull area. Much of this lumber was used for the build- 
ing of the St. George Temple, for the Silver Reef mines at Leeds, and 
for homes in the St. George area. 

After his marriage he continued in the lumbering business, and 
was away from home for extended periods of time, leaving his young 
wife to care for the home and family. In later years Frank acquired 
a farm in the Washington area, and devoted his life's work to this 
activity. 

Twelve children were born of Frank and Eugenia, six boys and six 
girls. Six of the children, however, died in infancy. Frank died on 
22 Dec. 1938 at St. George, and was buried there. 



Eugenia and Benjamin Franklin Coates Jr. had the following children 

1. Benjamin Franklin Coates, III, b. 27 July 1881, St. George, Wash- 
ington, Utah; d. 18 Feb. 1883; unmd. 

2. Daniel Duncan Coates, b. 31 May 1883, St. George, Washington, 
Utah; d. 10 Aug. 1884; unmd. 

* 3. Edwin Burto Coates, b. 4 Sept. 1885, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 22 Dec. 1909, Margaret McFate. 

* 4. Andrew McArthur Coates, b„ 24 Sept. 1887, St. George, Washington, 

Utah; md. 28 Sept. 1910, Eva Clorinda Schmutz. 
5. Elizabeth Coates, b. 15 Sept. 1889, St. George, Washington, Utah; 
d. 29 Jan. 1892; unmd. 

* 6. Roxie Coates, b. 29 Sept. 1891, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 

12 May 1909, Edgar Foster. 

* 7. Rebecca Coates, b. 5 Apr. 1894, St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 

19 Dec. 1912, Benjamin Pace Sorenson. 

8. Marion Coates, b. 26 Apr. 1896, St. George, Washington, Utah; d. 
4 Feb. 1897; unmd. 

9. Isabel Coates, b. 21 June 1898, St. George, Washington, Utah; d. 
24 July 1898; unmd. 

*10. James D Coates, b. 13 Nov. 1899, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 30 Apr. 1917, Zina Schmutz. 
*11. LeGrande Coates, b. 18 July 1902, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 8 Feb. 1930, Ella Elizabeth Giltsch. 
12. Emma Grace Coates, b. 28 July 1905, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

d. 25 Oct. 1905; unmd. 



EDWIN BURTO COATES, son of Benjamin Franklin Coates, Jr. and 
Eugenia McArthur, was b. 4 Sept. 1885, St. George, Washington, Utah; 
d. 19 Mar. 1940, St. George, Washington, Utah; bur. Mar. 1940, St. 
George cemetery, Washington, Utah; md. 22 Dec. 1909, MARGARET McFATE, 
at St. George, Washington, Utah. She was b. 14 Aug. 1893, Bellevue , 
Blaine, Idaho; dau . of Thomas William McFate and Mary Ann Lewis. 
Edwin and Margaret had the following children: 



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Franklin Burto Coates , b. 4 Dec. 1910, Eureka, Juab, Utah; md. 
13 Jan. 1943, Florence Elquist. 

Dorothy Jeanne Coates, b. 12 Apr. 1923, Burley, Cassia, Idaho; 
md. (1) 16 Mar. 1940, J Boyden Fawcett; md. (2) 8 Mar. 1958, 
Louis Alexander Smith. 



FRANKLIN BURTO COATES, son of Edwin Burto Coates and Margaret 
McFate, was b. 4 Dec. 1910, Eureka, Juab, Utah; md. 13 Jan. 1943, 
FLORENCE ELQUIST, at Filer, Twin Falls, Idaho. She was b. 10 Mar. 
1910, Oakley, Cassia, Idaho; dau. of Harry Elquist and Florence Mc- 
Murry. Franklin and Florence had the following child: 



Dennis Michael Coates, b 
California. 



15 Feb, 1951, Pittsburg, Contra Costa, 



DOROTHY JEANNE COATES, dau. of Edwin Burto Coates and Margaret 
McFate, was b. 12 Apr. 1923, Burley, Cassia, Idaho; md. (1) 16 Mar. 
1940, J BOYDEN FAWCETT, at Cedar City, Iron, Utah. He was b. 29 June 
1918, St. George, Washington, Utah; son of Jedediah Robert Fawcett 
and Nina Burgess. Dorothy Jeanne and J Boyden had the following 
children : (Div. ) 

1. Judine Fawcett, b. 28 Oct. 1940, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

2. Clawson Fawcett, b. 5 Mar. 1942, Antioch, Contra Costa, Calif. 

3. Mark Edwin Fawcett, b. 16 Mar. 1950, Torrance, Los Angeles, 
California. 

Dorothy Jeanne md. (2) 8 Mar. 1958, LOUIS ALEXANDER SMITH, at 
Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada. He was b. 30 June 1921, Belgrade, Gallatin 
Montana; son of Charles Francis Smith and Nellie Jane Cloninger. 



ANDREW Mc ARTHUR COATES, son of Benjamin Franklin Coates, Jr. 
and Eugenia Mc Arthur, was b. 24 Sept. 1887, St. George, Washington, 
Utah; d. 3 Jan. 1957, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona; bur. 5 Jan. 1957, 
Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona; md. 28 Sept. 1910, EVA CLORINDA SCHMUTZ, 
at St. George, Washington, Utah. She was b. 4 June 1889, St. George, 
Washington, Utah; dau. of John Schmutz and Clorinda Schlappi. Andrew 
and Eva had the following children: 



Virginia Coates, b„ 11 Aug. 1911, St. George 
md. 8 Dec. 1932, Grant Dean Pullins. 
Andrew McArthur Coates, b. 6 July 1913, St, 
Utah; d. 6 May 1929; unmd. 



Ward Schmutz Coates, b. 
Utah; md. 15 Mar. 1948, 
Bruce Morlan Coates, b. 
Utah; md. 6 Sept. 1947, 
Robert Eugene Coates, b, 



Washington, Utah; 
George, Washington, 
Washington , 
Washington , 



13 July 1916, St. George, 
Mary Rose Rayes. 
24 July 1920, St. George, 
Mary Frances Penley. 
6 Sept. 1924, Phoenix, Maricopa, Ariz.; 



md. 3 May 1955, Mary Dorothy Mobley 



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VIRGINIA COATES, dau . of Andrew McArthur Coates and Eva Clorinda 
Schmutz, was b. 11 Aug. 1911, St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 8 Dec. 
1932, GRANT DEAN PULLINS , at Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona. He was b. 
4 Jan. 1909, Townsend , Broadwater, Montana; son of Samuel Newton Pul- 
lins and Irraa Mae Crosscup. Virginia and Grant Dean had the following 
children: 

* 1. Janice Pullins, b. 28 Sept. 1933, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona; md , 

22 Jan. 1954, Gordon LaVaun Sims. 

* 2. Carole Pullins, b. 10 Feb. 1935, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona; rod. 

18 May 1955, Gordon Leon Reader. 

3. Gary Dean Pullins, b. 5 Oct. 1943, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona. 

4. Elaine Pullins, b. 18 Jan. 1946, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona. 

5. Gayle Pullins, b. 2 Sept. 1948, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona. 

6. John Steven Pullins, b. 26 Oct. 1953, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona, 

JANICE PULLINS, dau. of Grant Dean Pullins and Virginia Coates, 
was b. 28 Sept. 1933, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona; d. 23 Sept. 1956, 
El Paso, El Paso, Texas; bur. 27 Sept. 1956, Phoenix, Maricopa, 
Arizona; md. 22 Jan. 1954, GORDON LaVAUN SIMS, at Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona. He was b. 3 June 1929, Flint, Genesse , Michigan; son of 
Ammon Sims and Luella Zundell. Janice and Gordon had the following 
child: 

1. Shelley Sims, b. 7 Jan. 1955, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona. 



CAROLE PULLINS, dau. of Grant Dean Pullins and Virginia Coates, 
was b. 10 Feb. 1935, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona; md. 18 May 1955, 
GORDON LEON READER, at Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona. He was b. 1 May 1930, 
Vernal, Uintah, Utah; son of Ray Haller Reader and Bertha Amelia 
Nielson. Carole and Gordon had the following children: 

1. Samuel Gordon Reader, b. 21 Apr. 1956, Fresno, Fresno, Calif. 

2. Georgia Reader, b. 17 Dec. 1957, Fresno, Fresno, Calif. 



WARD SCHMUTZ COATES, son of Andrew McArthur Coates and Eva Clo- 
rinda Schmutz, was b. 13 July 1916, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 
15 Mar. 1948, MARY ROSE RAYES , at Alququerque , Bernalillo, New Mex- 
ico; dau. of Saad Elias Rayes and Rose Barbara Raies. Ward and Mary 
had the following children: 

# 1. Barbara Coates, b. 26 June 1939, Globe, Gila, Arizona. 

2. Andrew Coates, b. 13 Mar. 1950, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona. 



BRUCE MORLAN COATES, son of Andrew McArthur Coates and Eva 
Clorinda Schmutz, was b. 24 July 1920, St. George, Washington, Utah; 
md. 6 Sept. 1947, MARY FRANCES PENLEY, at Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 
She was b. 7 Mar. 1927, Quincy , Warren, Illinois; dau. of Thomas 
Robert Penley and Rachel Farley Lipkie. Bruce and Mary had the fol- 
lowing children: 

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1„ Douglas Bruce Coates , b. 11 Feb. 1951, Phoenix, Maricopa, Ariz. 

2. Tracy Alan Coates, b. 18 July 1952, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona. 

3. Dana Louise Coates, b. 29 Aug. 1960, Phoenix, Maricopa, Ariz. 



ROBERT EUGENE COATES, son of Andrew McArthur Coates and Eva Clo- 
rinda Schmutz, was b. 6 Sept. 1924, Phoeniz, Maricopa, Arizona; rod. 
3 May 1955, MARY DOROTHY MOBLEY, at Valdosta, Lowndes, Georgia. She 
was b. 21 Sept. 1926, Fargo, Clinch, Georgia; dau. of William Henry 
Mobley, III and Nancy Melton Mann. Robert and Mary had the following 
children : 



Mary Ann Coates, b. 31 Jan. 1956, Fairborn , Greene, Ohio. 
Paul Eugene Coates, b. 15 Aug. 1957, Fairborn, Greene, Ohio. 
Kelly McArthur Coates, b. 17 Apr. 1959, Birburg , Germany. 
Daniel Clarence Coates, b. 1 Aug. 1960, Montgomery, Montgomery, 
Alabama . 
5. Rebecca Coates, b. 1 Nov. 1962, Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, 



ROXIE COATES, dau. of Benjamin Franklin Coates, Jr. and Eugenia 
McArthur, was b. 29 Sept. 1891, St. George, Washington, Utah; d. 29 
Mar. 1916, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 12 May 1909, EDGAR FOSTER, 
at St. George, Washington, Utah. He was b. 14 Sept. 1884, St. George, 
Washington, Utah; d. 11 Apr. 1928, Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada; bur. Apr. 
1928, St. George, Washington, Utah; son of Solon Foster and Margaret 
Moody. Roxie and Edgar had the following children: 

* 1. Berniece Foster, b. 15 Oct. 1909, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 18 July 1942, Jules LaShever. 

* 2. Paul DeWayne Foster, b. 16 Aug. 1911, St. George, Washington, 

Utah; md. 30 July 1938, Ola Walker. 
3. Clark Foster, b. 18 Sept. 1913, St. George, Washington, Utah; 
d. 28 Apr. 1945; unmd. 



BERNIECE FOSTER, dau. of Edgar Foster and Roxie Coates, was b. 
15 Oct. 1909, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 18 July 1942, JULES 
LaSHEVER, at Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada. He was b. 6 Mar. 1907, Albany, 
Albany, New York; son of Maximillian LaShever and Dora Konowitz. 
Berniece and Jules had the following children: 



1. Suzanne Dora LaShever, b. 19 Oct 
California. 



1948, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 



PAUL DeWAYNE FOSTER, son of Edgar Foster and Roxie Coates, was 
b. 16 Aug. 1911, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 30 July 1938, 
OLA WALKER, at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California. She was b. 26 
Jan. 1912, Big Spring, Howard, Texas; dau. of Nathan Walker and Lilly 
Belle Coffey. Paul and Ola had the following children: 



1. Lance Duane Foster, b, 
California. 



22 Mar. 1939, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 



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2. Paula Olivia Foster, b. 21 July 1940, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California. 

3. Margaret Jean Foster, b. 22 Jan. 1943, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California. 



REBECCA COATES, dau. of Benjamin Franklin Coates, Jr. and Eugenia 
McArthur, was b. 5 Apr. 1894, St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 19 
Dec. 1912, BENJAMIN PACE SORENSON, at St. George, Washington, Utah. 
He was b. 16 Sept. 1889, Washington, Washington, Utah; son of Andrew 
Sorenson and Amanda Lucinda Pace. Rebecca and Benjamin had the fol- 
lowing children: (Div.) 

* 1. Beatrice Sorenson, b. 5 Oct. 1913, St. George, Washington, Utah; 
md. (1) 29 Mar. 1940, Harold Millard Wade; md. (2) 27 Feb. 1963, 
Earl Bertrand Bradley. 



BEATRICE SORENSON, dau. of Benjamin Pace Sorenson and Rebecca 
Coates, was b. 5 Oct. 1913, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 29 Mar. 
1940, HAROLD MILLARD WADE, at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California. 
He was b. 8 Feb. 1904, Xenia , Greene, Ohio; d. 29 May 1960, Hong 
Kong, China; bur. at Xenia, Greene, Ohio; son of Charles Wade and 
Mattie Manahan. No children. 

Beatrice md. (2) 27 Feb. 1963, EARL BERTRAND BRADLEY, at Los 
Angeles, Los Angeles, California. He was b. 31 Dec. 1895, Ottawa, 
LaSalle, Illinois; son of Herbert Arlington Bradley and Emma Frances 
Corl. No children. 



JAMES D COATES, son of Benjamin Franklin Coates, Jr. and Eugenia 
McArthur, was b. 13 Nov. 1899, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 30 
Apr. 1917, ZINA SCHMUTZ, at St. George, Washington, Utah. She was b. 
8 Dec. 1899, St. George, Washington, Utah; dau. of John Schmutz and 
Clorinda Schlappi. James and Zina had the following children: 

* 1. Murry D Coates, b. 26 Nov. 1917, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 8 Nov. 1940, Nordessa Dixon. 

2. Norma Coates, b. 30 Oct. 1921, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona; d. 
30 Nov. 1925; unmd. 

3. Richard McArthur Coates, b. 5 Oct. 1927, Phoenix, Maricopa, 
Arizona; d. 19 Nov. 1947; unmd. 

* 4. Lloyd Eugene Coates, b. 6 June 1932, Phoenix, Maricopa, Ariz.; 

md. 22 Dec. 1962, Pauline Pherenice Hampstead. 

* 5. Barbara Jean Coates, b. 24 Mar. 1939, Phoenix, Maricopa, Ariz.; 

md. 12 Oct. 1956, Glenn Edwards Calkins. 



MURRY D COATES, son of James D Coates and Zina Schmutz, was b. 
26 Nov. 1917, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 8 Nov. 1940, NORDESSA 
DIXON, in the Mesa Temple, Maricopa, Arizona. She was b. 29 Sept. 
1919, Buhl, Twin Falls, Idaho; dau. of Asel Howard Dixon and Ethel 
Christeen Jenkins. Murry and Nordessa had the following children: 

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Zina Schmutz 



James D. Coates 




Murry D. Coates and Nordessa Dixon family. Back 
row, left to right :Gaylon Le Grand e , Sheridan Dee. 
Front row, left to right: Nordessa Dixon, Murry D. 
Coates, Myron Robin. 



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a 



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Lloyd Eugene Coates 

Pauline Pherenice Hampstead 




Barbara Jean Coates and Glenn Edwards Calkins 
family. Back row, left to right: Glenn Edwards Cal- 
kins, holding Donald Edwards, Barbara Jean Coates. 
In front: Richard Glenn. 



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LeGrande Coates family. Left to right: 
Ella Elizabeth Giltsch, Roxie Eugenia, LeGrande. 




LeGrande Coates, Jr. family. Back row, 
left to right: LeGrande, Jr., Colleen Marie, 
Mary Rose Baskovich. Front row, left to right: 
Michael Lee, Stephen Anthony. 



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1. Sheridan Dee Coates, b. 19 June 1940, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona. 

2. Gay Ion LeGrande Coates, b. 22 Nov. 1945, San Diego, San Diego, 
California . 

3. Myron Robin Coates, b. 27 Aug. 1953, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona. 

LLOYD EUGENE COATES, son of Janes D Coates and Zina Schmutz, was 
b. 6 June 1932, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona; md. 22 Dec. 1962, PAULINE 
PKERENICE HAMPSTEAD, in the Manti Temple, Sanpete, Utah. She was b. 

4 June 1931, Raw Marsh, Yorkshire, England; dau . of Joseph Hampstead 
and Margaret Fagan. Lloyd and Pauline had the following children: 

1. Rebekah Eugenie Pherenice Coates, b. 2 Nov. 1963, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 

BARBARA JEAN COATES, dau. of James D Coates and Zina Schmutz, was 
b. 24 Mar. 1939, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona; md. 12 Oct. 1956, GLENN 
EDWARDS CALKINS, in the Mesa Temple, Maricopa, Arizona. He was b. 3 Oct. 
1936, Alhambra , Los Angeles, California; son of Glenn Sugg Calkins and 
Olive Louie Shaw. Barbara and Glenn had the following children: 

1. Richard Glenn Calkins, b. 1 Dec. 1958, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona. 

2. Donald Edwards Calkins, b. 4 Feb. 1962, Phoenix, Maricopa, Ariz. 

LeGRANDE COATES, son of Benjamin Franklin Coates, Jr. and Eugenia 
Mc Arthur, was b. 18 July 1902, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 8 Feb. 
1930, ELLA ELIZABETH GILTSCH, at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California. 
She was b. 13 Feb. 1909, Pittsburg, Allegheny, Pennsylvania; dau. of 
Martin Giltsch and Katharina Wagner. LeGrande and Ella had the following 
children : 

* 1. LeGrande Coates, Jr., b. 14 May 1937, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California; md. 5 Sept. 1959, Mary Rose Baskovich. 
2. Roxie Eugenia Coates, b. 3 Oct. 1947, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California. 

LeGRANDE COATES, Jr., son of LeGrande Coates and Ella Elizabeth 
Giltsch, was b. 14 May 1937, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California; md . 

5 Sept. 1959, MARY ROSE BASKOVICH, at Torrance, Los Angeles, Calif- 
ornia. She was b. 11 Dec. 1936, San Pedro, Los Angeles, California; 
dau. of Ante Baskovich and Vinka Felando. LeGrande and Mary Rose had 
the following children: 

1. Michael Lee Coates, b. 4 July 1960, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California. 

2. Stephen Anthony Coates, b. 12 June 1961, Inglewood, Los Angeles, 
California. 

3. Colleen Marie Coates, b. 31 Jan. 1963, Inglewood, Los Angeles, 



California. 



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ISABELLE McARTIIUR, dau . of Daniel Duncan Mc Arthur and Elizabeth 
Bullock, was b. 13 July 1868, St. George, Washington, Utah; d. 1 Feb. 
1939, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; bur. 5 Feb. 1939, Provo cemetery, Utah, 
Utah; md. 31 Oct. 1895, GEORGE SMITH BUNKER, in the St. George Temple, 
Washington, Utah. 

Isabelle was a native of St. George. She had a great thirst for an 
eudcation. As a child she gained permission of the school trustees to 
clean the school room to pay for her tuition. During the summer months 
she worked for $1.50 per week to get money enough to buy her school 
supplies and clothes. She, as did all children of the time, went bare- 
footed as long as weather permitted. Her clothes were made at home . 
After she completed her schooling at St. George, she began teaching 
school. Her first venture was at Pine Valley in 1887, when she was 
nineteen years of age. The following year she taught at St. George. 

Isabelle went to Pleasant Grove, Utah, to visit with the Bullock 
relatives. They prevailed on her to stay and attend the Brigham Young 
Academy at Provo, Utah. When school began in the fall of 1891, she 
enrolled. At this time the academy was located in the old warehouse 
of Z.C.M.I. on Sixth South and University Avenue. She was among the 
few privileged to make the memorable march to the next and first per- 
manent home of the Brigham Young Academy at Fifth North and Univer- 
sity Avenue. The year spent at the academy was one of the high lights 
of her life. After she returned home she taught at St. George, Clover 
Valley, and Bunkerville. Her school house was an adobe building with 
tulle roof and plank floors. She taught here until 1896. 

On 31 Oct. 1895 Isabelle married George Smith Bunker. They lived 
at the Bunker home in Bunkerville, Nevada. In the spring of 1897 her 
husband was called on a mission. He left on 27 Mar. 1897, and Isabelle 
returned to teaching the next day. This time she taught at Mesquite , 
Nevada, where she continued until her husband returned from his 
mission. Isabelle took her small daughter and west East to New York 
to meet George when he was released from the mission field. 

Upon their return home to Bunkerville, her father-in-law prevailed 
upon them to go to Mexico to live. Here they spent nine difficult pio- 
neering years. They finally returned to Utah in 1910 and settled first 
at Grass Valley in the Pine Valley Mountains, then to Beaver, and in 
the summer of 1911 they moved to Hinckley, Utah. In 1920 the family 
moved to Vineyard, Utah. 

Belle was on the Genealogical Committee in the Old Utah Stake. 
She did much research work on the Bunker line. She was an active member 
of the Church. She died three years after her husband in 1939 at the 
age of seventy years. 



GEORGE SMITH BUNKER , son of Edward Bunker and Emily Abbott, was 
b. 31 Mar. 1873, Santa Clara, Washington, Utah; d. 22 Jan. 1936, Vine- 
yard, Utah, Utah; bur. 26 Jan. 1936, Provo cemetery, Utah, Utah; md . 
31 Oct. 1895, ISABELLE McARTHUR, in the St. George Temple, Washington, 
Utah. 



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George Smith Bunker 



Isabelle Bunker 



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Floretta Cleone George E. Antoine LeGrande 






Edward Carlyle Verna Berniece Smith Bertell 



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George was born in Santa Clara, and when he was only a child of 
four his father took his family and moved to Nevada. Here he began 
a new settlement known as Bunkerville. Here George grew to manhood, 
except for two years spent in Arizona. On April 4, 1882, his father 
made preparations for the Arizona trip. As they were leaving to go 
they planned a short travel for the first day to Cherry Creek. But 
when all was in readiness to leave, his father felt impressed to de- 
lay for one day. The next day, as they approached the site where they 
had intended to make camp, they saw smoke rising from burning wagons. 
When they arrived they found the body of a one-armed freighter, who 
had been killed by the Indians. This was at the very spot they would 
have been had not his father listened to the promptings he received. 

George married Isabelle McArthur, a school teacher, who came to 
Bunkerville to live. They were married on 31 Oct. 1895, in the St. 
George Temple. They were the parents of six children. 

When George was a young man of twenty one years he had a faith 
promoting experience. A cancer developed on his arm. It formed so 
fast that it sapped his strength to a point he was unable to do any- 
thing. All remedies failed to give relief. His parents hauled him by 
wagon to Loa , Utah, where a Brother Blackburn lived. This good brother 
performed some miraculous healings. He administered to George, who 
was soon healed. The malignant growth completely disappeared and 
never returned to his dying day. 

In the spring of 1897 George was called to fill a mission in 
the Eastern States. He left on 27 Mar. 1897. He travelled without 
purse or script. He sternly forbade his wife to send him any money. 
When his wife arrived at New York at the end of his mission, she 
found him gaunt and his clothes threadbare. Nevertheless, the Lord 
had taken care of him and protected him from harm. 

Upon George's return to Bunkerville, Nevada, his father persuaded 
him to go to old Mexico. On 14 May 1901 the little company parted with 
their friends and relatives. It consisted of George's wife and two 
children, his parents, and a nephew, Hugh Bunker. They had two four- 
horse outfits and one single outfit. 

It was the last of August before they arrived at Naco, Arizona, 
a border town. They remained at Naco for some time, while George and 
the others did some freighting of supplies and coal to Cananea , a 
mining camp in Mexico, and loading back with copper ore. It was the 
first of November when they arrived at their destination, Colonia 
Morelos, Sonora , Mexico. George immediately left for Chihuahua to get 
lumber for a home so they could be comfortable during the winter. 
While George was away his father died on 17 Nov. 1901. When George 
returned they buried him in a little cemetery on the hill east of town. 

For the next three years they lived in a two-roomed tent, built 
up with lumber sides. In the late winter of 1904 they finished a red 
brick home enough to mpve into it. It seemed wonderful to them, but 
still had no permanent doors or windows, only canvas. These were not 



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easy times, financially. George spent much of his time on the freight 
line in order to get cash necessary for his family. Isabelle was left 
to care for the family and cattle. 

Late in 1905 he moved his family to Nacozori , the mining camp 
where he freighted. He had financial reverses and thought he could 
more easily recover with his family at Nacozori. His wife supported 
the family by washing and ironing for the wives of the American min- 
ing executives who lived in the town. At this time George went on a 
long freighting job into interior Mexico with mining machinery. He was 
gone for several months. After two years they were able to return to 
Morelos. Here George went into partnership with Arnold Huber , and 
purchased a large farm. Things began to be more prosperous, yet they 
were never satisfied in Mexico. After nine years of hard grueling 
labor with little financial returns they went back to United States. 

They arrived in Utah early in the summer of 1910. They settled on 
his brother's ranch at Grass Valley in the Pine Valley Mountains. That 
winter he moved his family to Beaver, where the oldest children attend- 
ed the Murdock Academy. George returned to Mexico for his team and 
wagon, all that he realized for his years spent there. 

In August 1911 George moved his family to Hinckley, Utah, where 
his children continued their education. He bought a farm at Suther- 
land and engaged in farming and ranching. In the summer of 1917 he 
purchased a home in Provo , Utah. His children lived in this home while 
they attended the Brigham Young University. In 1920 George succeeded 
in trading his property in Sutherland for a farm in Vineyard, Utah. 
Here with the help of his children he established a home. In 1930 he 
and his sons established a successful grain mill. 

George gave his children a good education, an opportunity that 
he had missed. He sent two of his sons on missions for the Church of 
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. In 1926 George had one of his 
dreams fulfilled. He was called back into the mission field, and served 
a short term mission in California. George was a powerful speaker, and 
a great student of the gospel. He was a diligent worker in the Church. 
He and his wife were interested in genealogical research. They spent 
the summer of 1934 in the New England States searching genealogical 
records. 

George was full of vitality and zest for life until his dying day. 
He was serving on the jury the day that he died, passing from this 
life by a sudden heart attack. George died 22 Jan. 1936 at his home 
in Vineyard, and was buried in the Provo cemetery. 

Isabelle and George had the following children: 

* 1. Floretta Cleone Bunker, b. 14 Sept. 1896, St. George, Washington, 
Utah; md. 7 Oct. 1925, Blain Larsen. 



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2. George Ellwood Bunker, b. 12 May 1900, Bunkerville, Clark, Nevada; 
d. 11 Nov. 1918; uni:id. 

* 3. Antoine LeGrande Bunker, b. 8 Oct. 1902, Colonia Morelos, Sonora , 

Mexico; ind. (l) 21 June 1929, Anne Mabel Anderson; :nd . (2) 3 Aug, 
1950, Anna Sorine Iledvig Larsen. 

* 4. Edward Carlyle Bunker, b. 5 Jar.. 1905, Colonia Morelos, Sonora, 

Mexico; r,.d . 19 June 1933, Velda Rachel Carson. 

* 5. Verna Bernicce bunker, b. 27 Mar. 1907, Nacozari , Sonora, Mexico; 

aid. 1 Feb. 1935, Sauuel Lee Hudson. 

* 6. Smith Bertell Bunker, b. 28 Mar. 1909, Colonia Morelos, Sonora, 

Mexico; md . 30 June 1832, Wilma Boyle. 

FLORETTA CLEONE BUNKER, dau . of George Smith Bunker and Isabelle 
McArthur, was b. 14 Sept. 1896, St. George, Washington, Utah; rad . 7 
Oct. 1925, BLAIN LARSEN, in the Salt Lake Temple , Salt Lake, Utah. He 
was b. 3 Nov. 1894, Spring City, Sanpete, Utah; son of Daniel S Larsen 
and Sarah Jane Farmer. Floretta Cleone and Blain had the following 
children: 

* 1. Carol Dawn Larsen, b. 23 Aug. 1929, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 21 July 1950, (Dr.) Paul Taylor Marshall. 
2. Blain Ellwood Larsen, b. 26 Mar. 1931, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
d. 28 Mar. 1931; unmd. 

* 3. Weston Dale Larsen, b. 20 Apr. 1931, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 21 June 1955, Barbara Banks. 



CAROL DAWN LARSEN, dau. of Blain Larsen and Floretta Cleone Bunker, 
was b. 23 Aug. 1929, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 21 July 1950, (Dr.) 
PAUL TAYLOR MARSHALL, in the Manti Temple, Sanpete, Utah. He was b. 28 
Jan. 1928, Provo , Utah, Utah; son of (Dr.) Milton Marshall and Julia 
Richards Taylor. Carol and Paul had the following children: 

1. Juanita Marshall, b. 31 Jan. 1953, Chicago, Cook, Illinois. 
rt 2. Diana Marshall, b. 26 Sept. 1957, Reno, Washoe, Nevada; d. 12 
July 1961; unmd. 

3. Richard Larsen Marshall, b. 13 Mar. 1961, Henderson, Clark, Nevada. 

4. Blain Larsen Marshall, b. 6 Nov 1962, Henderson, Clark, Nevada. 

WESTUN DALE LARSEN, son of Blain Larsen and Floretta Cleone Bunker, 
was b. 20 Apr. 1934, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 21 June 1955, 
BARBARA BANKS, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 22 
July 1937, Palmyra, Utah, Utah; dau. of John Robertson Banks and Mary 
Ellen Mower. Weston Dale and Barbara had the following children: 

1. Cody Banks Larsen, b. 31 Oct. 1956, Rocky Ford, Otero, Colorado. 

2. Melinda Larsen, b. 12 Feb. 1958, Cordell, Washita, Oklahoma. 

3. Michelle Larsen, b. 6 Sept. 1961, Bartlesville , Washington, Okla. 



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ANTOINE LeGRANDE BUNKER, son of George Smith Bunker and Isabelle 
McArthur, was b. 8 Oct. 1902, Colonia Morelos, Sonora , Mexico; md. (1) 
21 June 1929, ANNE MABEL ANDERSON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 
Utah. She was b. 1 Sept. 1901, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; d. 27 Oct. 1949, 
Provo, Utah, Utah; bur. 29 Oct. 1949, Provo cemetery, Utah, Utah; dau . 
of Victor Michael Anderson and Hannah Elnora Larsen. Antoine and Anne 
had the following children: 

* 1. LeGrande Ellwood Bunker, b. 23 Mar. 1930, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; 

rad. 30 June 1948, Thelma Whitney. 

* 2. Ivan Anderson Bunker, b. 21 Mar. 1934, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; md. 

15 Aug. 1956, Joan Manning. 
3. George Bunker, b. 9 Feb. 1937, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; d. 11 Feb. 
1937; unmd. 

* 4. Miriam Bunker, b. 26 June 1938, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 17 Oct. 

1955, Gam Lyman Mecham. 

Antoine LeGrande md. (2) 4 Aug. 1950, ANNA SORINE HEDVIG LARSEN, 
in the Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. She was b. 2 Oct. 1922, near Tran- 
ders , Aalborg, Denmark; dau. of Otto Edward Larsen and Anine Kristine 
Christensen. Antoine and Anna had the following children: 

1. Andrew Larsen Bunker, b. 27 Aug. 1951, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

2. Ralph Antoine Bunker, b. 6 July 1953, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

3. Kim Ray Bunker, b. 15 Feb. 1955, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

4. Clint Orin Bunker, b. 4 Apr. 1957, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

5. Linda Bunker, b. 14 Dec. 1958, Provo, Utah, Utah. 



LeGRANDE ELLWOOD BUNKER, son of Antoine LeGrande Bunker and Anne 
Mabel Anderson, was b. 23 Mar. 1930, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; md . 30 June 
1948, THELMA WHITNEY, at Springville, Utah, Utah. She was b. 25 Nov. 
1929, Washington, Washington, Utah; dau. of Harvey Alonzo Whitney, Jr. 
and Vida Ann Thayne . LeGrande and Thelma had the following children: 

1. Randy LeGrande Bunker, b. 20 Oct. 1949, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

2. Lynn Whitney Bunker, b. 20 May 1951, Provo , Utah, Utah. 

3. Laureen Bunker, b. 16 Feb. 1958, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

4. Bart David Bunker, b. 22 June 1962, Provo, Utah, Utah. 



IVAN ANDERSON BUNKER, son of Antoine LeGrande Bunker and Anne 
Mabel Anderson, was b. 21 Mar. 1934, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; md. 15 
Aug. 1956, JOAN MANNING, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
She was b. 6 Mar. 1936, Alamosa, Alamosa, Colorado; dau. of Merlin 
R. Manning and Edith C. Paulson. Ivan and Joan had the following 
children : 

1. Marti Bunker (female), b. 9 June 1957, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

2. Rebecca Lynn Bunker, b. 24 Mar. 1959, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

3. Tyler Manning Bunker, b.18 Nov. 1961, Van Nuys , Los Angeles, 
California. 



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MIRIAM BUNKER, dau . of Antoine LeGrande Bunker and Anne Mabel 
Anderson, was b. 26 June 1938, Provo, Utah, Utah; md. 17 Oct. 1955, 
GARN LYMAN MECHAM, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was 
b. 21 Aug. 1933, Orem, Utah, Utah; son of Earl Mecham and Vera Burr, 
Miriam and Gam had the following children: 

1. Steven Bunker Mecham, b. 22 July 1956, Tacoma , Pierce, Wash. 

2. Douglas L. Mecham, b. 24 Nov. 1958, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

3. Lance Garn Mecham, b. 22 Mar. 1962, Provo, Utah, Utah. 



EDWARD CARLYLE BUNKER, son of George Smith Bunker and Isabelle 
McArthur, was b. 5 Jan. 1905, Colonia Morelos, Sonora , Mexico; md. 
19 June 1933, VELDA RACHEL CARSON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 
Utah. She was b. 17 Aug. 1910, Lehi , Utah, Utah; dau. of David Henry 
Carson and Marie Margaretta Degelbeck. Edward Carlyle and Velda had 
the following children: 

* 1. Velyle Bunker, b. 23 Sept. 1934, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; rod. 3 

June 1954, David Paul Taylor. 

* 2. Paul Carson Bunker, b. 16 Dec. 1935, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; md . 

7 Mar. 1956, Lola Marie Hodgkinson. 

3. Carla Bunker, b. 14 May 1939, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

4. Maria Bunker, b. 23 Dec. 1941, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

5. Kenyon Carson Bunker, b. 22 May 1944, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

6. Edward Carson Bunker, b. 7 Oct. 1945, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

7. Elise Bunker, b. 16 Feb. 1949, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



VELYLE BUNKER, dau. of Edward Carlyle Bunker and Velda Rachel 
Carson, was b. 23 Sept. 1934, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; md. 3 June 1954, 
DAVID PAUL TAYLOR, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was 
b. 7 Aug. 1933, American Fork, Utah, Utah; son of David Samuel Taylor 
and Detta Fay Miller. Velyle and David had the following children: 

1. David Bryan Taylor, b. 13 Nov. 1955, Hillfield, Weber, Utah. 

2. Pamela Taylor, b. 21 Jan. 1957, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. dau. Taylor (stillborn), b. 30 Apr. 1958, American Fork, Utah. 

4. Natalie Taylor, b. 2 July 1959, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



PAUL CARSON BUNKER, son of Edward Carlyle Bunker and Velda Rac- 
hel Carson, was b. 16 Dec. 1935, Vineyard, Utah, Utah; md. 7 Mar. 
1956, LOLA MARIE HODGKINSON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah, 
She was b. 8 Mar. 1940, LaPoint , Uintah, Utah; dau. of Lowell Hodgkin- 
son and Zelda Allred. Paul and Lola had the following children: 



1. Dirk Hodgkinson Bunker, b. 9 Oct. 1956, Provo, Uta] 

2. Gayle Bunker, b. 2 Oct. 1957, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

3. Shareen Bunker, b. 7 Nov. 1958, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

4. Monica Marie Bunker, b. 17 Sept. 1960, Provo, Utah 



Utah, Utah. 
Utah. 



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VERNA BERNIECE BUNKER, dau . of George Smxth Bunker and Isabelle 
McArthur, was b. 27 Mar. 1907, Nacozari , Sonora , Mexico; rod. 1 Feb. 
1935, SAMUEL LEE HUDSON, at Bountiful, Davis, Utah. He was b. 22 Feb 
1876, St. Albans, Kanavva , West Virginia; son of Charles Hudson and 
Matilda Bias. Verna and Samuel had the following children: 

* 1. Charles Lee Hudson, b. 29 Oct. 1935, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; rod. 14 Apr. 1961, Billie Jo Caldwell. 

* 2. Marilyn Belle Hudson, b. 30 Apr. 1937, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah; md. 31 Aug. 1956, Lawrence Merrill Palmer. 

CHARLES LEE HUDSON, son of Samuel Lee Hudson and Verna Berniece 
Bunker, was b. 20 Oct. 1935, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md . 14 
Apr. 1961, BILLIE JO CALDWELL, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 
Utah. She was b. 24 Apr. 1944, Waco, McClellan, Texas; dau. of Jack 
Pershing Caldwell and Ethel Marie Shelton. Charles Lee and Billie Jo 
had the following children: 

1. Tammy Lee Hudson, b. 19 Dec. 1961, Provo , Utah, Utah; d. 19 Dec, 
1961; unmd. 



MARILYN BELLE HUDSON, dau. of Samuel Lee Hudson and Verna Ber- 
niece Bunker, was b. 30 Apr. 1937, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
md. 31 Aug. 1956, LAWRENCE MERRILL PALMER, in the Salt Lake Temple, 
Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 23 Mar. 1937, Provo, Utah, Utah; son of 
Lawrence M. Palmer and Edith Poulson. Marilyn and Lawrence had the 
following children: 



1. Rebecca Lynn Palmer, b. 11 Oct. 1957, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

2. Brian Lee Palmer, b. 24 June 1959, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

3. Rochelle Ann Palmer, b. 5 Mar. 1962, Phoeniz, Maricopa, Arizona. 

SMITH BERTELL BUNKER, son of George Smith Bunker and Isabelle 
McArthur, was b. 28 Mar. 1909, Colonia Morelos, Sonora, Mexico; md. 
30 June 1932, WILMA BOYLE, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
She was b. 29 June 1910, Provo, Utah, Utah; dau. of William Henry 



Boyle and Minnie Alice Wright, 
lowing children: 



Smith Bertell and Wilma had the fol- 



1. Richard Bertell Bunker, b. 23 Apr. 1933, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah; md. 2 July 1959, Vardie Anne Jacobson. 

2. Alan William Bunker, b. 27 Sept. 1942, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 

3. David Edward Bunker, b. 13 Nov. 1947, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 



RICHARD BERTELL BUNKER, son of Smith Bertell Bunker and Wilma 
Boyle, was b. 23 Apr. 1933, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 
2 July 1959, VARDIE ANNE JACOBSON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt 
Lake, Utah. She was b. 22 Aug. 1938, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
dau. of Cecil Baltzar Jacobson and Irene Elizabeth Coleman. Richard 
and Vardie Anne had the following children: 



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1. Alice Anne Bunker, b. 27 May 1960, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, 

2. Rebecca Bunker, b. 2 June 1961, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

3. Kathleen Bunker, b. 5 Aug. 1962, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 



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JAMES Mc ARTHUR, son of Daniel Duncan McArthur and Elizabeth Bull- 
ock, was b. 29 Jan. 1871, St. George, Washington, Utah; d. 17 June 1944, 
St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 18 Oct. 1894, ELIZABETH 0XB0RR0W , in 
the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. 

James obtained his early schooling in the St. George grade schools, 
and attended the St. George Stake Academy for a few months. As a young 
man he farmed, hauled wood, and freighted between St. George and Mil- 
ford, Utah. He married Elizabeth Oxborrow in the St. George Temple in 
1894. In June 1899 he went on a mission to the Southern States, and 
returned in June 1901. 

In Dec. 1901 he was sustained as Bishop of the St. George West 
Ward, and held this position until Sept. 1925. During this time he was 
appointed to operate the Bishop's Storehouse where the tithes and offer- 
ings of the two St. George Wards were brought. The people paid in pro- 
duce, grain, hay, beef, butter, eggs, fruit, etc., since there was 
little cash to use. These products James tried to sell to people who 
could use them. Each Christmas morning the Bishoprics of the two wards 
met at the Storehouse and gave produce to the Indians that lived in 
the valley. 

In 1916 James was elected Mayor of St. George. During his admin- 
istration the Public Library was completed. He played a big part in 
collecting funds and donated generously for the erection of the St. 
George Stake Academy, nowthe Dixie Junior College. In 1922 he and two 
other men took a contract to build a section of State Highway from 
Anderson's Junction to the foot of Black Ridge. There was no heavy 
equipment at that time. Scrapers, drawn by horses, and the pick and 
shovel were all the tools they used. 

In 1926 he opened McArthurs Quality Bakery, which he and his wife 
operated. James died 17 June 1944 of a ruptured appendix, just four 
months before his Golden Wedding anniversity. 

ELIZABETH OXBORROW, dau . of Joseph Oxborrow and Mary Leicht , was 
b. 28 Oct. 1873, Beaver, Beaver, Utah; d. 2 May 1961, St. George, Wash- 
ington, Utah; bur. 5 May 1961, St. George cemetery, Washington, Utah; 
rod. 18 Oct. 1894, JAMES McARTHUR, in the St. George Temple, Washington, 
Utah. 

Elizabeth and James had nine children, six of whom grew to matur- 
ity and married. When they had two small children, her husband was 
called on a two year mission in 1899. Elizabeth was an expert seam- 



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stress and with her talent financed the home and his mission. 

In Sept. 1925 the two St. George Wards were divided into three wards, 
and James was released as Bishop. The Bishop's Storehouse was dissolved 
and James and Elizabeth purchased the building. They converted it into 
a bakery. They opened their store for business in Sept. 1926, and called 
it McArthur s Quality Bakery. Elizabeth was the daughter of a baker, 
and was very helpful in establishing a good business. She learned the 
art of cake decorating, and made hundreds of wedding and birthday cakes. 

Elizabeth was skilled with her hands. In her later years made many 
beautiful quilts, ceramics, rugs, etc. No matter how common the material 
she had to work upon, she created an article of beauty. 

Elizabeth and her husband were kind and helpful to everyone, and 
were loved by all who knew them. They set an excellent example of love, 
kindness, and happiness for their loved ones and friends. Elizabeth 
died of a heart attack at the age of eighty sevens years. 

James McArthur and Elizabeth Oxborrow had the following children: 

1. Harley McArthur (stillborn), b. 23 Aug. 1895, St. George, Washington, 
Utah; unmd. 

* 2. Clio McArthur, b. 24 Dec. 1896, St. George, Washington, Utah; md, 

28 Sept. 1916, Victor Sullivan. 

* 3. Elizabeth McArthur, b. 12 Nov. 1898, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md o 23 Dec. 1925, Wayne Cummings Gardner. 
4. Mary McArthur, b. 15 Apr. 1902, St. George, Washington, Utah; d. 
1 Apr. 1914; unmd. 

* 5. Joseph McArthur, b. 21 Aug. 1904, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 6 Sept. 1928, Gertrude McGregor. 

* 6. La Vera Rose McArthur, b. 8 Feb. 1908, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 11 Aug. 1949, Oliver Burton Pelt. 

* 7. Ina McArthur, b. 25 Apr. 1912, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 

30 June 1936, Darrell Bracken. 

* 8. Andrew McArthur, b. 23 Dec. 1913, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 29 Sept. 1938, Merle Wallace. 
9. dau. McArthur (stillborn), b. 6 Mar. 1917, St. George, Washington, 
Utah, unmd. 



CLIO McARTHUR, dau. of James McArthur and Elizabeth Oxborrow, was 
b. 24 Dec. 1896, St. George, Washington, Utah, md. 28 Sept. 1915, to 
VICTOR SULLIVAN, in St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. He was b. 11 
Aug. 1894, St. George, Washington, Utah; son of John Sullivan and Mary 
Ann Worthen. Clio and Victor had the following children; 

* 1. Mary Sullivan, b. 19 Dec. 1916, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 

29 Nov. 1938, Wilfrid Martin Hasfurther. 

* 2. Edith Sullivan, b. 20 Oct. 1919, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 29 Aur. 1939, Grant Church Whitehead. 



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3. Lela Sullivan, b. 12 May 1921, St. George, Washington, Utah; 
mdo 26 Dec. 1942, Everard Frances Cox. 

4. Deloris Sullivan, b. 20 June 1922, St. George, Washington, Utah; 
md. 27 Mar. 1946, Barnard H Seegmiller. 

5. Alma Sullivan, b. 18 May 1925, St. George, Washington, Utah; 
md. 27 Sept. 1946, Elwood Whitney Spendlove. 

6. Victor Joseph Sullivan, b. 11 Feb. 1927, St. George, Washington, 
Utah; d. 11 July 1937, unmd. 

7. Cleo Sullivan, b. 8 Oct. 1929, St. George, Washington, Utah; 
md. 30 Dec. 1949, Orvel Dee Wardle. 

8. Ralph James Sullivan, b. 26 July 1931, St. George, Washington, 
Utah; md. 14 Feb. 1957, Lois Verena Peterson. 

9. Robert Urie Sullivan, b. 28 May 1936, St. George, Washington, 
Utah; md. 11 Oct. 1958, Camellia Hattie Carter. 



MARY SULLIVAN, dau . of Victor Sullivan and Clio McArthur , was b. 
19 Dec. 1916, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 29 Nov. 1938, WILFRID 
MARTIN HASFURTHER, at St. George, Washington, Utah. He was b. 31 Dec. 
1909, Genesee, Latah, Idaho; son of Victor Hasfurther and Frances 
Kathryn Hennen. Mary and Wilfrid had the following children: 

* 1. Mary Frances Hasfurther, b. 5 July 1940, Mt . Pleasant, Sanpete, 
Utah; md. 11 Apr. 1963, Jay Leon Robertson. 

2. Victor Ralph Hasfurther, b. 27 Jan. 1943, Price, Carbon, Utah. 

3. Judith Ann Hasfurther, b. 16 Mar. 1947, Cedar City, Iron, Utah. 

4. Kenneth Hasfurther, b. 28 Feb. 1956, Murray, Salt Lake City, Utah. 



MARY FRANCES HASFURTHER, dau. of Wilfrid Martin Hasfurther and 
Mary Sullivan, was b. 5 July 1940, Mt . Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah; md . 
11 Apr. 1963, JAY LEON ROBERTSON, in the Idaho Falls Temple, Bonne- 
ville, Idaho. He was b. 4 July 1938, Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho; son 
of Homer Leon Robertson and Reba McDaniel. 



EDITH SULLIVAN, dau. of Victor Sullivan and Clio McArthur, was 
b. 20 Oct. 1919, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 29 Aug. 1939, 
GRANT CHURCH WHITEHEAD, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. 
He was b. 10 Aug. 1913, St. George, Washington, Utah; son of Gordon 
Whitehead and Clara Jane Church. Edith and Grant had the following 
children: 

1. Richard Grant Whitehead, b. 26 Dec. 1941, St. George, Washing- 
ton, Utah. 

2. Beverley Whitehead, b. 11 Feb. 1946, St. George, Washington, Ut 

3. George Frank Whitehead, b. 31 May 1952, St. George, Washington, 
Utah. 

I.F.I, A SULLIVAN, dau. of Victor Sullivan and Clio McArthur, was 
b. 12 May 1921, St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 26 Dec. 1942, 
EVERARD FRANCIS COX, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. He 
was b. 20 Nov. 1920, St. George, Washington, Utah; son of Wilford 



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Charles Cox and Elizabeth Leany . Lela and Everard had the following 
children: 

1. Susan Cox, b. 28 Apr. 1945, Oakland, Alameda, California. 

2. Charles Cox, b. 25 Nov. 1947, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

3. Connie B. Cox, b. 17 Aug. 1956, Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland. 

4. Elizabeth Lela Cox, b. 30 Oct. 1961, Baltimore, Baltimore, Mary- 
land . 

DELORIS SULLIVAN, dau . of Victor Sullivan and Clio McArthur , was 
b. 20 June 1922, St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 27 Mar. 1946, 
BARNARD H SEEGMILLER, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. He 
was b. 29 Aug. 1915, St. George, Washington, Utah; son of Hela Seeg- 
miller and Mary Ann Piatt. Delores and Barnard had the following child- 
ren : 

1. Mary Ann Seegmiller, b. 20 Feb. 1947, St. George, Washington, Utah, 

2. Donalyn Seegmiller, b. 14 July 1948, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

3. Scott Jason Seegmiller, b. 6 Jan. 1955, St. George, Washington, Ut . 

4. Sally Seegmiller, b. 8 Feb. 1956, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

5. Kaye Seegmiller, b. 24 Feb. 1958, St. George, Washington, Utah. 



ALMA SULLIVAN, dau. of Victor Sullivan and Clio McArthur, was b. 
18 May 1925, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 27 Sept. 1946, ELWOOD 
WHITNEY SPENDLOVE, at St. George, Washington, Utah. He was b. 8 May 
1924, Hurricane, Washington, Utah; son of Whitney Spendlove and Sarah 
Elizabeth Hastings. Alma and Elwood had the following children: 

1. Linda Spendlove, b. 30 May 1948, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

2. Stuart Elwood Spendlove, b. 1 June 1950, St. George, Washington, 
Utah. 

3. Louise Spendlove, b. 15 Nov. 1954, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

4. Marie Spendlove, b. 26 Nov. 1955, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

5. Sandra Spendlove, b. 20 Apr. 1958, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

CLEO SULLIVAN, dau. of Victor Sullivan and Clio McArthur, was b. 
8 Oct. 1929, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 30 Dec. 1949, ORVEL 
DEE WARDLE, at St. George, Washington, Utah. He was b. 29 Mar. 1929, 
Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California; son of James Heber Wardle and 
LaRue Rudy. Cleo and Orvel had the following children: 

1. Keith Jay Wardle, b. 18 Oct. 1950, Provo , Utah, Utah. 

2. Ilene Wardle, b. 17 Oct. 1952, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

3. John S Wardle, b. 31 July 1956, Jackson, Teton, Wyoming. 

RALPH JAMES SULLIVAN, son of Victor Sullivan and Clio McArthur, 
was b. 26 July 1931, St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 14 Feb. 1957, 
LOIS VERENA PETERSON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She 
was b. 10 Dec. 1931, Kimberly, Twin Falls, Idaho; dau. of Carson 
Peterson and Mabel Verena Mabey. Ralph and Lois had the following 
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1. Vicki Jo Sullivan, bo 30 Nov, 1957, Provo, Utah, Utah. 

2. Mark Dean Sullivan, b. 23 Jan. 1959, San Francisco, San Fran- 
cisco, California. 

3. Stephen Ralph Sullivan, b. 5 Feb. 1961, Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho . 

4. Diane Sullivan, b. 16 Sept, 1962, Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Ida. 

ROBERT URIE SULLIVAN, son of Victor Sullivan and Clio McArthur, 
was bo 28 May 1936, St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 11 Oct. 1958, 
CAMELLIA HATTIE CARTER, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. 
She was b. 30 Nov. 1938, Seattle, King, Washington; dau . of Richard 
Leonard Carter and Phyllis Mae Grant Parry. Robert and Camellia had 
the following children 1 . 

1. Shanna Sullivan, b. 9 Sept. 1961, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

ELIZABETH McARTHUR, dau. of James McArthur and Elizabeth Ox- 
borrow, was b. 12 Nov. 1898, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 23 
Dec. 1925, WAYNE CUMMINGS GARDNER, in the St. George Temple, Washing- 
ton, Utah. He was b. 27 Aug. 1899, St. George, Washington, Utah; d. 
15 Jan. 1949, Pigeon Breaks, Mohave, Arizona; bur. 18 Feb. 1949 , St. 
George, Washington, Utah; son of Thomas Henry Gardner and Mary Eliza- 
beth Cummings. Elizabeth and Wayne had the following children: 

* 1. Elizabeth Louise Gardner, b. 4 Oct. 1926, St. George, Washington, 

Utah; md. 27 Aug. 1960, Kenneth Alfred Liechty. 

* 2. Robert Wayne Gardner, b. 24 July 1928, St. George, Washington, 

Utah; md. 5 June 1951, Geniel Ellsworth. 

* 3. Mary Ada Gardner, b. 19 Jan, 1932, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 15 June 1957, Earl Louis Grossen. 

* 4. Reed McArthur Gardner, b. 24 Oct. 1937, St. George, Washington, 

Utah; md . 5 Sept, 1959, Jacqueline Christensen. 

5. dau. Gardner (stillborn), b. 7 Jan. 1939, St. George, Washington, 
Utah; unmd. 

* 6. Katherine Gardner, b. 26 Oct. 1942, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 28 Dec. 1961, Ralph Hafen Staheli. 



ELIZABETH LOUISE GARDNER, dau. of Wayne Cummings Gardner and 
Elizabeth McArthur, was b. 4 Oct. 1926, St. George, Washington, Utah; 
md. 27 Augo 1960, KENNETH ALFRED LIECHTY , in the St. George Temple, 
Washington, Utah. He was b. 10 Sept. 1927, Provo, Utah, Utah; son of 
Josiah Nephi Liechty and Johanna Uhrhan. 

ROBERT WAYNE GARDNER, son of Wayne Cummings Gardner and Elizabeth 
McArthur, was b. 24 July 1928, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 5 
June 1951, GENIEL ELLSWORTH, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. 
She was b. 1 Nov. 1930, Show Low, Navajo, Arizona; dau. of Elwin Ells- 
worth and Dicie Brimhall. Robert and Geniel had the following children: 



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1. Robert Wayne Gardner, Jr., b. 30 Apr. 1952, Baltimore, Baltimore, 
Maryland . 

2. Kenneth Elwin Gardner, b. 31 Aug. 1953, St. George, Washington, 
Utah. 

3. Brent Ellsworth Gardner, b. 14 June 1956, St. George, Washington, 
Utah. 

4. Julene Gardner, b. 11 Apr. 1959, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

5. Sylvia Gardner, b. 7 Sept. 1961, Ithaca, Tompkins, New York. 

MARY ADA GARDNER, dau . of Wayne Cummings Gardner and Elizabeth 
McArthur, was b. 19 Jan. 1932, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 15 
June 1957, EARL LOUIS GROSSEN, in the St. George Temple, Washington, 
Utah. He was b. 30 Dec. 1932, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son 
of Louis Auer Grossen and Vivian Hildegard Anderson. Mary Ada and 
Earl had the following children: 

1. Richard Earl Grossen, b. 9 Sept. 1958, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 

2. Mary Jane Grossen, b. 25 July 1960, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 

3. Michael Louis Grossen, b. 14 Dec. 1961, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 



REED McARTHUR GARDNER, son of Wayne Cummings Gardner and Eliza- 
beth McArthur, was b. 24 Oct. 1937, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 
5 Sept. 1959, JACQUELINE CHRISTENSEN, in the St. George Temple, Wash- 
ington, Utah. She was b. 29 Oct. 1939, Nephi , Juab, Utah; dau. of 
Lawrence Clyde Christensen and Beth Bailey,, Reed and Jacqueline had 
the following children: 

1. Michelle Gardner, b. 2 Aug. 1960, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, 

2. Barry Reed Gardner, b. 9 Aug. 1962, St. George, Washington, Utah. 



KATHERINE GARDNER, dau. of Wayne Cummings Gardner and Elizabeth 
McArthur, was b. 26 Oct. 1942, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 28 
Dec. 1961, RALPH HAFEN STAHELI , at St. George, Washington, Utah. He 
was b. 10 Aug. 1942, St. George, Washington, Utah; son of Woodrow 
Wilson Staheli and Carina Hafen. Katherine and Ralph had the following 
children: 

1. Cynthia Staheli, b„ 16 July 1962, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

2. Berkley Ralph Staheli, b. 6 Sept. 1963, St. George, Washington, 
Utah. 

JOSEPH McARTHUR, son of James McArthur and Elizabeth Oxborrow, 
was b. 31 Aug. 1904, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 6 Sept. 1928, 
GERTRUDE McGREGOR, at St. George, Washington, Utah. She was b. 3 Mar. 
1904, Parowan, Iron, Utah; dau. of Donald Alpine McGregor and Alma 
Gertrude Watson. Joseph and Gertrude had the following children: 



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Alothea Beth McArthur, b. 10 Dec. 1930, St. George, Washington, 
Utah; md . 8 Oct. 1950, Maurice James Higgins. 

Joseph Barrington McArthur, b. 10 Sept. 1935, St. George, Wash- 
ington, Utah; d. 8 Nov. 1942; unrad. 

Mary Gertrude McArthur, b. 28 June 1939, Taf t , Kern, California. 
Donald James McArthur, b. 5 Oct. 1940, Taf t , Kern, California; 
d. 6 Oct. 1946; unmd. 

Alma Don McArthur, b. 31 Aug. 1942, St. George, Washington, Utah; 
md. 5 June 1963, Lynn Richard Shurtleff. 



ALOTHEA BETH McAHTHUR, dau . of Joseph McArthur and Gertrude Mc- 
Gregor, was b. 10 Dec. 1930, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 8 Oct. 
1950, MAURICE JAMES HIGGINS, at Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada. He was b. 
15 Mar. 1929, Cowlington, LeFpre , Oklahoma; son of Opal Otto Higgins 
and Iva Marie O'Barr. Alothea Beth and Maurice James had the following 
children : 

1. Merri Shannon Higgins, b. 11 July 1953, Bakersfield, Kern, Calif. 

2. Sherri Coleen Higgins, b. 14 Sept. 1955, Bakersfield, Kern, Calif 

3. Kelley Maureen Higgins, b. 9 July 1961, Bakersfield, Kern, Calif. 



ALMA DON Mc ARTHUR, dau. of Joseph McArthur and Gertrude McGregor, 
was b. 31 Aug. 1942, St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 5 June 1963, 
LYNN RICHARD SHURTLEFF, in the Los Angeles Temple, Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia. He was b. 3 Nov. 1939, Vallejo, Solano, California; son of 
Basil Wells Shurtleff and Helen Ann Cheshire. 



La VERA ROSE McARTHUR, dau. of James McArthur and Elizabeth Ox- 
borrow, was b. 8 Feb. 1908, St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 11 Aug. 
1949, OLIVER BURTON PELT, at St. George, Washington, Utah. He was b. 
26 July 1911, Ava, Douglas, Missouri; d. 24 Oct. 1960, Ojai , Ventura, 
California; bur. 29 Oct. 1960, St. George, Washington, Utah; son of 
Sidney John Pelt and Minnie A. Cobb. No children. 



INA McARTHUR, dau. of James McArthur and Elizabeth Oxborrow, was 
b. 25 Apr. 1912, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 30 June 1936, St. 
George Temple, Washington, Utah, to DARRELL BRACKEN. He was b. 30 Oct. 
1907, Pine Valley, Washington, Utah; son of Bennett Arthur Bracken and 
Mahala Jane Gardner. Ina and Darrell had the following children: 

# 1. Douglas Darrell Bracken, b. 6 Feb. 1948, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah. 

# 2. David McArthur Bracken, b. 14 June 1955, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake , Utah. 

ANDREW McARTHUR, son of James McArthur and Elizabeth Oxborrow, 
was b. 23 Dec. 1913, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 29 Sept. 1938, 
MERLE WALLACE, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. She was b. 
29 Sept. 1917, St. George, Washington, Utah; dau. of Charles Clifford 
Wallace and Sarah Ann Miles. Andrew and Merle had the following child- 
ren: 



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1. Merle Sarah McArthur (stillborn), b. 19 Mar. 1939, St. George, 
Washington, Utah; unmd. 
• 2. Marilyn McArthur, b. 14 Apr. 1941, St. George, Washington, Utah; 
md. 13 Sept. 1959, Paul Stephenson Jackman Smith. 

3. James Andrew McArthur, b. 28 June 1944, St. George, Washington, 
Utah. 

4. Daniel Charles McArthur, b. 10 Apr. 1956, St. George, Washing- 
ton, Utah. 

MARILYN McARTHUR, dau. of Andrew McArthur and Merle Wallace, was 
b. 14 Apr. 1941, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 13 Sept. 1959, 
PAUL STEPHENSON JACKMAN SMITH , at St. George, Washington, Utah. He 
was b. 23 Jan. 1933, Nephi , Juab, Utah; son of Malend Swen Jackman 
and Ruth Jane Stephenson. Marilyn and Paul had the following children: 

1. Stephen Paul Smith, b. 22 May 1950, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut. 

2. Jeffrey McArthur Smith, b. 28 Oct. 1962, Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada. 



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EMELINE McARTHUR, dau. of Daniel Duncan McArthur and Elizabeth 
Bullock, was b. 24 Feb. 1874, St. George, Washington, Utah; d. 18 Apr. 
1903, Cedar City, Iron, Utah; bur. Apr. 1903, St. George, Washington, 
Utah; md. 24 Feb. 1896, CHARLES WILLIAM SEEGMILLER, Jr., in the St. 
George Temple, Washington, Utah. 

Emeline attended the school at St. George and received a limited 
education. She was a lovely girl and was alwayswell dressed and neat. 
She worked in several Church organizations. She served as secretary 
of the Primary for r.iany years, and secretary of the Sunday School for 
some time, and assisted in the Relief Society work. 

On Emeline 's twenty-second birthday she was married to Charles 
William Seegmiller, Jr. in the St. George Temple. They were never 
able to have children of their own, which was a disappointment to 
each one. They were called to be workers in the St. George Temple. 

In the fall of 1902 Emeline became very ill. She was taken to 
Cedar City for medical care. She returned to St. George for a few 
months, then was taken back to the Cedar City Hospital. An operation 
was performed. She had tumors, and died shortly after the operation. 
She was buried at St. George cemetery. 



CHARLES WILLIAM SEEGMILLER, Jr., son of Charles William Seeg- 
miller and Marianne Forsythe , was b. 1 May 1869, St. Joseph, Clark, 
Nevada; d. 5 Oct. 1946, St. George, Washington, Utah; bur. 7 Oct. 
1946, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 24 Feb. 1896, EMELINE Mc- 
ARTHUR, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. 



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Charles was reared ^.n St. George where he received a limited 
education.. He was a neighbor boy to Emeline, whom he luter married. 
Charles was very friendly and jovial. Shortly after his marriage he 
purchased a home. They were very happy together, but were not able 
to have children. Charles was industrious and successful in all that 
he undertook to do. He engaged in farming and stock raising. 

Charles and his wife were called to be temple workers in the St. 
George Temple. This work they enjoyed very much. Emeline became ill 
after six short years of marriage. She died when only twenty-nine 
years old. Charles was broken hearted and waited several years before 
he remarried. He married secondly, Mamie Whitehead Lund, a widow with 
a small family. They had three children of their own, all girls, who 
were very dear to him. Charles died in 1946 in St. George. 



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MORONI McARTHUR, son of Daniel Duncan McArthur and Elizabeth 
Bullock, was b„ 25 Apr. 1877, St „ George, Washington, Utah; md. 7 
Dec. 1905, EMMA JARVIS COTTAM, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 

Moroni was reared on a farm in St. George. He helped to care for 
the farm animals, and learned the principle of work in the fields. He 
loved sports and participated in them. He received only a limited 
education since he was need on the farm. 

Moroni was called on a mission to the Southern States in 1901. 
He attended the first missionary class at Brigham Young Academy, where 
he studied from November 1901 to April 1902. He left for his mission 
in October 1902, and spent most of his time in Alabama and in Florida. 
His sister Emeline died while he was on his mission. She was allowed 
to visit him in a dream. She told him not to be discouraged, but con- 
tinue the good work. She also stated that she was very happy. Moroni 
served for thirty months on his mission, and returned in May 1905. 

On 7 Dec. 1905 Moroni married Emma Jarvis Cottam in the Salt Lake 
Temple. They had ten children. Moroni engaged in farming, bailed hay, 
and always had a good garden which he shared friends and neighbors. 
Moroni moved his family into a new home in 1912, which was nearly free 
from debt. He did much freighting, and paid for materials by his work. 

Moroni has been active in the Church throughout his life. He 
served as a Sunday School teacher, a member of the Sunday School Board, 
and filled two Stake Missions. He was a Ward Teacher for many years, 
and has served various other ways in the Church. 

Moroni enjoyed hunting and fishing, especially with his family. 
He and his wife have traveled several times in United States. His 
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EMMA JARVIS COTTAM, dau . of Thomas Punter Cottara and Emeline 
Jarvis, was b. 27 Doc. 1882, St. George, Washington, Utah; nd. 7 Dec. 
1005, MORONI McARTHUR, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake , Utah. 

Emraa helped care for a large family in lier girlhood. She assisted 
her mother in sewing, cooking, making vinegar, soap, and bread. She 
did the washing on a scrubbing board, boiled white clothes, ironed 
by heating the irons on stoves, dried fruit, filled ticks with new 
straw, and many other household tasks. These responsibilities helped 
Emma to prepare for her own marriage . 

She married in 1905 to Moroni Mc Arthur. They moved into a new home 
in 1912. They tried to live within their means, and soon got the home, 
her husband's mission debt, the horses, and other items soon paid. Emma 
taught school for three years and clerked in the Coop Store for one 
year . 

Emma was the mother of ten children, only one of whom died as an 
infant. She has reared her children to be honorable citizens and good 
Church members. They often had family reunions with her children, grand- 
children, and great-grandchildren. Emma and her husband have spent a 
long and useful life, They arose at the break of day, and each would 
have a full day's work planned. 

In their later years their eyesight was poor, but they enjoy their 
family, friends, and work in the Church. They often attend the temple 
in St. George. They enjoy television, radio, and records. Emma still 
does some quilting, cind is eighty-one at this time. Her husband has a 
gi roen , and milks one cow. They have lived a very active and useful 
life, and set a fine example for their family. 

Moroni McArthur and Emma Jarvis Cottara had the following children: 

1. Willard McArthur, b. 7 Mar. 1907, St. George, Washington, Utah; 
d. 14 May 1907; unmd. 

* 2. Nellie McArthur, b. 8 May 1908, St. George, Washington, Utah; rod. 

12 June 1929, Emil Gubler. 

* 3. Florence McArthur, b. 1 Aug. 1910, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md . 3C Dec. 1950, Lemuel Glen Leavitt. 

* 4. Fern McArthur, b. 7 Oct. 1912, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 

25 Apr. 1954, Weston Kafen. 

* 5. Rex Cottam McArthur, b. 13 Nov. 1914, St. George, Washington, 

Utah; md. 24 Sept. 1958, Ella Brinkerhoff. 

* 6. Annie McArthur, b. 1 Dec. 1916, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 24 June 1957, Lloyd Leon Jennings. 

* 7. Irvin McArthur, b. 1 Nov. 1918, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 29 Oct. 1941, Rita Hatch. 

* 8. Eldon McArthur, b. 1 Nov. 1920, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md . 18 June 1940, Denise Dalton. 

* 9. (Dr.) Ross J McArthur, b. 26 May 1925, St. George, Washington, 

Utah; md. 20 May 1946, May Dalton. 
*10. Thomas P. McArthur, b. 28 Feb. 1925, St. George, Washington, 
Utah; md. 12 Sept. 1944, Fae Dalton. 



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NELLIE Mc ARTHUR, dau . of Moroni Mc Arthur and Emma Jarvis Cot tarn, 
was b. 8 May 1908, St. George, Washington, UUih; md. 12 June 1929, 
EMIL GUBLER, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. He was b. 19 
Dec. 1900, Santa Clara, Washington, Utah; son of Casper Gubler and 
Agnes Florence Horsley. Nellie and Emil had the following children: 

* 1. Marion Emil Gubler, b. 29 June 1930, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 5 Mar. 1954, Doris Jeane Mclnnes. 

* 2. Phillip Duane Gubler, b. 19 Jan. 1932, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 15 Aug. 1958, Helen Mary Hanni . 

* 3. Glen Jay Gubler, b. 21 Aug. 1933, Santa Clara, Washington, Utah; 

md. 11 Apr. 1953, Rachel Lucinda Lytle. 

* 4. Evelyn Gubler, b. 29 Oct. 1935, Santa Clara, Washington, Utah; md. 

23 Apr. 1953, Edward Royden Christian. 

* 5. Marilyn Gubler, b. 12 Oct. 1938, Santa Clara, Washington, Utah; 

md. 12 Sept. 1958, Jesse Harland Bennett. 

* 6. Venice Carol Gubler, b. 24 Dec. 1940, Santa Clara, Washington, Ut.; 

md. 28 July 1963, Delbert Wilson Ward. 

7. Keith Alvin Gubler, b. 8 Nov. 1942, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

8. Earl Ross Gubler, b. 17 Sept. 1944, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

9. Ralph Kay Gubler, b. 26 Feb. 1947, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

10. Marvin Wayne Gubler, b. 27 Apr. 1950, St. George, Washington, Ut . 

11. Evan Rae Gubler, b. 12 Dec. 1952, St. George T Washington, Utah. 

12. Kenneth Karl Gubler, b. 24 Sept. 1955, St. George, Washington, Ut . 



MARION EMIL GUBLER, son of Emil Gubler and Nellie McArthur, was b. 
29 June 1930, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 5 Mar. 1954, DORIS JEANE 
McINNES, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. She was b. 15 Jan. 
1931, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California; dau. of Chester Murdock 
Mclnnes and Myrtle Irene Edwards. Marion and Doris had the following 
children: 

1. Ruth Jeane Gubler, b. 30 Nov. 1954, Seattle, King, Washington. 

2. Russell Marion Gubler, b. 27 Dec. 1955, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 

3. Renelle Gubler, b. 24 Feb. 1958, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

4. Donald Mac Gubler, b. 17 Oct. 1960, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut. 

5. Jeanine Gubler, b. 20 Sept. 1962, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. 

PHILLIP DUANE GUBLER, son of Emil Gubler and Nellie McArthur, was 
b. 19 Jan. 1932, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 15 Aug. 1958, HELEN 
MARY HANNI, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. She was b. 19 
Dec. 1935, San Francisco, San Francisco, California; dau. of Herman 
Ernest Hanni and Marie Hanni . Phillip and Helen had the following child- 
ren : 

1. Laralee Gubler, b. 6 May 1960, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

2. Greg Hanni Gubler, b. 18 Sept. 1962, San Jose, Santa Clara, Calif. 

GLEN JAY GUBLER, son of Emil Gubler and Nellie McArthur, was b. 
21 Aug. 1933, Santa Clara, Washington, Utah; md. 11 Apr. 1953, RACHEL 
LUCINDA LYTLE, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. She was b. 



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12 Jan. 1935, St. George, Washington, Utah; dau . of George lace Lytle 
and Ila Daisy Dutson. Glen Jay and Rachel had the following children: 

1. Alan Glen Gubler, b. 27 Aug. 1956, San Pedro, Los Angeles, Calif. 

2. Brantley George Gubler, b. 20 Feb. 1958, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake , Utah. 

3. Kristin Gubler, b. 27 Feb. 1960, Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada. 

4. Jonathan Earl Gubler, b. 25 Feb. 1963, Phoenix, Maricopa, Ariz. 

EVELYN GUBLEH, dau. of Emil Gubler and Nellie McArthur, was b. 
29 Oct. 1935, Santa Clara, Washington, Utah; md. 23 Apr. 1953, EDWARD 
ROYDEN CHRISTIAN, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. He was 
b. 16 May 1932, St. George, Washington, Utah; son of Edward Charles 
Christian and Vera Seegmiller. Evelyn and Edward had the following 
children: 

1. Carylee Christian, b. 6 Sept. 1954, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

2. Michael Royden Christian, b. 13 Mar. 1956, St. George, Washington, 
Utah. 

3. Douglas Robert Christian, b. 9 July 1957, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 

4. Sherilyn Christian, b. 3 Dec. 1958, Salt Lake City, Salt L ake , 
Utah. 

MARILYN GUBLER, dau. of Emil Gubler and Nellie McArthur, was b. 
12 Oct. 1938, Santa Clara, Washington, Utah; md. 12 Sept. 1958, JESSE 
IIARLAND BENNETT, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. He was 
b. 21 June 1936, Lehi , Utah, Utah; son of Clifford Crosby Bennett and 
Dorothy Carr. Marilyn and Jesse had the following children: 

1. Scott Jesse Bennett, b. 6 July 1959, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 

VENICE CAROL GUBLER, dau. of Emil Gubler and Nellie McArthur, 
was b. 24 Dec. 1940, Santa Clara, Washington, Utah; md . 28 July 1963, 
DELBERT WILSON WARD, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. He 
was b. 11 Mar. 1938, Santa Monica, Los Angeles, California; son of 
Delbert Jones Ward and Thora Wilson. 



FLORENCE McARTHUR, dau. of Moroni McArthur and Emma Jarvis Cot- 
tarn, was b. 1 Aug„ 1910, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 30 Dec. 
1930, LEMUEL GLEN LEAVITT, in the St. George Temple, Washington, 
Utah. He was b. 23 Jan. 1905, Gunlock, Washington, Utah; son of 
Lemuel Sturdivant Leavitt and Susan Isabelle Burgess. Florence and 
Lemuel Glen had the following children: 

* 1. Edward Bruce Leavitt, b. 26 Sept. 1931, St. George, Washington, 

Utah; md. 10 July 1950, Jonette Lamoreaux. 

* 2. Lloyd McArthur Leavitt, b. 21 Sept. 1932, St. George, Washington, 

Utah; md. 21 Sept. 1950, Ruth Zohner. 



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* 3. Laura Leavitt, b. 14 Mar, 1934, St. George, Washington, Utah; mcL 

24 Feb. 1952, John Robert Nowers, 

* 4. Ronald Wayne Leavitt, b. 11 Dec. 1936, St. George, Washington, 

Utah; md. 2 Nov. 1961 v Gerlinde Helfrich. 

* 5. Andrew N. Leavitt, b. 14 Mar . 1941, St. George, Washington, Utah; 

md. 25 Aug. 1961, Earlene Ault. 

6. Carrol Leavitt, b. 4 Dec. 1945, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

7. Susan Leavitt, b. 18 Dec. 1947, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

8. Robert Glen Leavitt, b. 30 July 1949, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

EDWARD BRUCE LEAVITT, son of Lemuel Glen Leavitt and Florence Mc- 
Arthur, was b. 26 SeDt. 1931, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 10 
July 1950, JONNETTE LAMOREAUX, in the St. George Temple, Washington, 
Utah. She was b. 9 Oct. 1932 , St. George, Washington, Utah; dau. of 
David B. Lamoreaux and LaRue Milne. Edward Bruce and Jonette had the 
following children. 

1. Dennis Bruce Leavitt, b. 24 Mar. 1951, St. George, Washington, Utah, 

2. Kathleen Leavitt, b. 24 Jan. 1953, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

3. Lori Ann Leavitt, b. 21 May 1955, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 



LLOYD Mc ARTHUR LEAVITT, son of Lemuel Glen Leavitt and Florence 
McArthur, was b. 21 Sept. 1932, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 21 
Sept. 1950, RUTH ZOHNER, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. 
She was b. 28 Nov. 1934, St. George, Washington, Utah; dau. of John 
Henry Zohner and Nina Lemmon . Lloyd and Ruth had the following children 

1. Jeraldene Leavitt, b. 23 May 1954, Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada. 

2. Sheila Ann Leavitt, b. 23 Mar. 1955, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

3. Lemuel Lloyd Leavitt, b. 15 June 1957, St. George, Washington, Ut . 

4. Cynthia Leavitt, b. 7 July 1958, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

5. Lisa Leavitt, b. 29 Dec. 1959, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

6. Amy Leavitt, b. 19 Jan. 1962, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

7. Eva Jean Leavitt, b. 19 May 1963, St. George, Washington, Utah. 



LAURA LEAVITT, dau. of Lemuel Glen Leavitt and Florence McArthur, 
was b. 14 Mar. 1934, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 26 Feb. 1953, 
JOHN ROBERT NOWERS, at Tucson, Pima, Arizona. He was b. 7 Apr. 1929, 
Beaver, Beaver, Utah; son of Seldon Nowers and Delia Marie Staley. 
Laura and John had the following children: 

1. John Robert Nowers, Jr., b. 3 Apr. 1954, Tucson, Pima, Arizona. 

2. Marilyn Glenetta Nowers, b. 22 Nov. 1955, St. George, Washington, 
Utah. 

3. Jenifer Nowers, b. 12 Feb. 1958, Delta, Millard, Utah. 

4. Daniel Leavitt Nowers, b. 2 Mar. 1962, Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada. 

RONALD WAYNE LEAVITT, son of Lemuel Glen Leavitt and Florence Mc- 
Arthur, was b. 11 Dec. 1936, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 2 Nov. 



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1961, GERLINDE HELFRICH, at Zauribruecken , Plak, Germany. She was b. 
11 Sept. 1936, Mittelbach, Zreibrucken, Germany; dau . of Walter 
Ilelfrich and Luise Klensch. Ronald and Gerlinde had the following 
children: 

1. Ilona Leavitt, b. 28 Mar. 1962, Landstuhl , Pfalz, Germany. 

2. Linette Leavitt, b. 29 June 1963, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

ANDREW N. LEAVITT, son of Lemuel Glen Leavitt and Florence Mc- 
Arthur , was b. 14 Mar. 1941, St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 25 Aug. 
1961, EARLENE AULT , at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 
24 Feb. 1943, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. of Earl Ault and 
Elaine Newman, Andrew and Earlene had the following children: 

1. Laurlee Leavitt, b. 4 May 1962, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

2. Kevin Andrew Leavitt, b. 26 July 1963, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 

FERN McARTHUR, dau. of Moroni McArthur and Emma Jarvis Cottam, 
was b. 7 Oct. 1912, St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 25 Apr. 1934, 
WESTON IIAFEN, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. He was b. 
16 Apr. 1914, Santa Clara, Washington, Utah; son of Charles Hafen 
and Ada Blake. Fern and Weston had the following children: 

* 1. Joanne Hafen, b. 22 Mar. 1935, St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 

6 Mar. 1954, Leon Joseph Mercier. 
2. Ada Marie Hafen, b. 21 Jan. 1937, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

* 3. Donald Weston Hafen, b. 20 Oct. 1938, St. George, Washington, 

Utah; md. 25 Apr. 1959, Joan Cox. 

4. Emma Hafen, b. 28 May 1940, Ivins , Washington, Utah. 

5. Charles Moroni Hafen, b. 12 Apr. 1942, Ivins, Washington, Utah. 

* 6. Wilford Leon Hafen, b. 9 Jan. 1944, St. George, Washington, 

Utah; md. 22 June 1963, Joanne Burgess. 

7. McArthur Hafen, b. 12 Nov. 1947, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

8. David Hafen, b. 20 Apr. 1949, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

9. son Hafen (stillborn), b. 2 Aug. 1951, St. George, Washington, 
Utah; unmd. 

10. Rebecca Hafen, b. 8 Jan. 1953, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

11. Debra Ann Hafen, b. 22 Jan. 1959, St. George, Washington, Utah. 



JOANNE HAFEN, dau. of Weston Hafen and Fern McArthur, was b. 
22 Mar. 1935, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 6 Mar. 1954, LEON 
JOSEPH MERCIER, at Ivins, Washington, Utah. He was b. 6 Aug. 1933, 
Dearborn, Wayne, Michigan; son of Elmer Alexander Mercier and Isa- 
bella Marie Douglas. Joanne and Leon had the following children: 

1. Sherrie Lou Mercier, b. 15 Dec. 1955, Detroit, Wayne, Mich. 

2. Leon Joseph Mercier, Jr., b. 29 Mar. 1957, Detroit, Wayne, Mich. 

3. Robert Weston Mercier, b. 12 May 1958, Detroit, Wayne, Mich. 

4. Douglas Alexander Mercier, b. 15 Jan. 1960, Detroit, Wayne, 
Michigan . 

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Fern McArthur and ..eston Hafen family. Standing, left to 
ri^lit: itovii.; , Erai.ia , Joan Cox, holding Donetta, Wilford Leon, 
Donald Weston, Charles Moroni, McArthur. Front row, left to 
right: Debra Ann, Weston Hafen, Rebecca, Fern McArthur. Inset: 
Ada Marie . 



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Barbara Ann Mercier 





Joan.ie IIc\fen and Leon Joseph Mercier family. Back row: 
Leon Joseph Mercier, Joanne Hafen. Children, left to right: 
Robert ..eston, oherrie Lou, Leon Joseph, Jr. In front: Douglas A. 



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5. Barbara Ann Mercier , b. 10 Feb. 1961, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan. 

6. Thresa Lynn Mercier, b. 21 Aug. 1962, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan. 

7. Richard John Mercier, b. 18 Sept. 1963, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan. 

DONALD WESTON HAFEN, son of Weston Hafen and Fern McArthur, was 
b. 20 Oct. 1938, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 25 Apr. 1959, 
JOAN COX, at Rockville, Washington, Utah. She was b. 6 Nov. 1936, 
Rockville, Washington, Utah; dau. of Julius Orvel Cox and Genevieve 
Russell. Donald and Joan had the following children: 

1. Donetta Hafen, b. 30 Oct. 1960, Cedar City, Iron, Utah. 

2. Jolynne Hafen, b. 29 Dec. 1962, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

WILFORD LEON HAFEN, son of Weston Hafen and Fern McArthur, was b, 
9 Jan. 1944, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 22 June 1963, JOANNE 
BURGESS, in St. George, Washington, Utah. She was b. 17 May 1947, 
Cedar City, Iron, Utah; dau. of Joseph Burton Burgess and Evelyn 
Harrison. 



REX COTTAM McARTHUR, son of Moroni McArthur and Emma Jarvis Cot- 
tarn, was b. 13 Nov. 1914, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 24 Sept. 
1938, ELLA BRINKERHOFF, at Kanab , Kane, Utah. She was b. 30 June 
1916, Glendale, Kane, Utah; dau. of Alonzo Riley Brinkerhoff and 
Louisa Anderson. Rex and Ella had the following children: 

1. Elizabeth McArthur, b. 17 Sept. 1940, St. George, Washington, Ut. 

2. Lonna Lou McArthur, b. 6 Jan. 1943, St. George, Washington, Utah, 

3. Dorothy Kay McArthur, b. 1 Nov. 1944, St. George, Washington, Ut. 

4. Deone McArthur, b. 26 Aug. 1950, Kanab, Kane, Utah. 



ANNIE McARTHUR, dau. of Moroni McArthur and Emma Jarvis Cottam, 
was b. 1 Dec. 1916, St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 24 June 1937, 
LLOYD LEON JENNINGS, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. He 
was b. 19 Aug. 1916, St. George, Washington, Utah; son of Lloyd Jenn- 
ings and Anna Blazzard. Annie and Lloyd Leon had the following child- 
ren: 

* 1. Margery Ann Jennings, b. 30 Apr. 1938, St. George, Washington, 

Utah; md. 12 Aug. 1960, Paul Peterson. 

* 2. Mansfield Leon Jennings, b. 13 Apr. 1939, St. George, Washington, 

Utah; md. 14 June 1963, Ruth Diane Kreitzer. 

3. John M. Jennings, b. 31 Aug. 1940, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

4. Marie Jennings, b. 24 Oct. 1945, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

5. Gilbert M. Jennings, b. 21 Aug. 1950, St. George, Washington, Ut . 

MARGERY ANN JENNINGS, dau. of Lloyd Leon Jennings and Annie Mc- 
Arthur, was b. 30 Apr. 1938, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 12 Aug. 
1960, PAUL PETERSON, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. He 



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Lloyd Leon Jennings 



Annie Mc Arthur 




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Margery Ann Jennings 
David Sherwin 




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was b. 31 Aug. 1936, Lehi , Utah, Utah; son of James E. Peterson and 
Lucille Worthen. Margery Ann and Paul had the following children: 

1. David Sherwin Peterson, b. 22 Nov. 1961, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

MANSFIELD LEON JENNINGS, son of Lloyd Leon Jennings and Annie 
McArthur, was b. 13 Apr. 1939, St. George, Washington, Utah; nd . 
14 June 1963, RUTH DIANE KREITZER, in the St. George Temple, Washing- 
ton, Utah. She was b. 28 Jan. 1943, Richmond, Wayne, Indiana; dau . 
of Melvin Forrest Kreitzer and Faenna Ruth Whitenack. 



IRVIN McARTHUR, son of Moroni McArthur and Emma Jarvis Cottam; 
was b. 1 Nov. 1918, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 29 Oct. 1941, 
RITA HATCH, at Seattle, King, Washington. She was b. 12 Jan. 1920, 
Panguitch, Garfield, Utah; dau. of Alonzo Hatch and Caddie Johnson. 
Irvin and Rita had the following children: 

1. Michael Irvin McArthur, b. 24 Jan. 1945, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake , Utah . 

2. Sandra Lyn McArthur, b. 11 June 1946, Seattle, King, Washington. 

ELDON McARTHUR, son of Moroni McArthur and Emma Jarvis Cottam; 
was b. 1 Nov. 1920, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 18 June 1940, 
DENISE DALTON, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. She was b. 
21 Mar. 1920, St. George, Washington, Utah; dau. of Harvey Dalton and 
Margarett Gubler. Eldon and Denise had the following children: 

1. Eldon Durant McArthur, b. 12 Mar. 1941, Hurricane, Washington, Ut 

2. Janice McArthur, b. 28 May 1943, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

3. Allene McArthur, b. 15 Sept. 1944, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

4. Daniel Dalton McArthur, b. 8 Mar. 1948, St. George, Washington, 
Utah. 

5. Samuel James McArthur, b. 3 May 1950, St. George, Washington, 
Utah. 

6. Marianne McArthur, b. 21 Dec. 1954, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

7. Kim McArthur, b. 17 Feb. 1958, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

8. Joseph Duncan McArthur, b. 13 Mar. 1961, St. George, Washington, 
Utah. 



(Dr.) ROSS J McARTHUR, son of Moroni McArthur and Emma Jarvis 
Cottam, was b. 26 May 1923, St. George, Washington, Utah; md . 20 Apr. 
1946, MAE DALTON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She was 
b. 11 June 1925, St. George, Washington, Utah; dau. of Harvey Dalton 
and Margarett Gubler. Ross and Mae had the following children: 

1. Mary McArthur, b. 30 May 1948, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

2. Dalton Ross McArthur, b. 1 Mar. 1951, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake , Utah. 



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THOMAS P Mc ARTHUR, son of Moroni McArthur and Emma Jarvis Cottam, 
was b. 28 Feb. 1925, St. George, Washington, Utah; md. 9 Sept. 1944, 
FAE DALTON, in the St. George Temple, Washington, Utah. She was b. 11 
June 1925, St. George, Washington, Utah; dau . of Harvey Dalton and 
Margarett Gubler. Thomas P. and Fae had the following children: 

1. Margarett McArthur, b. 1G June 1947, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah . 

2. Thomas Dalton McArthur, b. 4 May 1949, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 

3. Gwendolyn McArthur, b. 16 Mar. 1951, St. George, Washington, Utah, 

4. Harvey Dalton McArthur, b. 20 Jan. 1953, St. George, Washington, 
Utah. 

5. Darrel Dalton McArthur, b. 26 July 1955, St. George, Washington, 
Utah. 

6. Julie Fae McArthur, b. 23 May 1958, St. George, Washington, Utah. 

7. Richard Dalton McArthur, b. 31 May 1961, St. George, Washington, 
Utah. 



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CHAPTER XI 



MARY CATHERINE BULLOCK and 
EBENEZER FARNES family 

MARY CATHERINE BULLOCK, dau . of James Bullock and Mary Hill, was 
b. 4 Feb. 1847, Winter Quarters, Nebraska; d. 12 July 1879, Logan, 
Cache, Utah; bur. July 1879, Logan cemetery, Cache, Utah; md . 27 Oct. 
1866, EBENEZER FARNES , in the Endowment House, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 

When Mary was a little over one year of age, her parents left 
Winter Quarters to travel westward by ox team to Salt Lake Valley, 
Utah. They arrived at Salt Lake City on 20 Sept. 1848 in Brigham 
Young's Company. Her father died soon after their arrival in the 
valley. Mary suffered the rigors of pioneer life and the hardships 
of her widowed mother. Mary Catherine secured the best education she 
could under the circumstances. She helped to support and care for her 
mother by school teaching. 

Mary met and was courted by Ebenezer Fames, and they were later 
married in the Endowment House in 1866. They lived in Salt Lake City 
for several years, where they took care of Mary's mother. For a short 
time they moved to the Church Island, or Antelope Island, in Great 
Salt Lake, where they had charge of a ranch and livestock owned by 
the Church. 

In 1870 Ebenezer moved to Soda Springs, Idaho, where he purchased 
land and built a two room log cabin. Mary and her two daughters went 
there to live in the spring of 1871. Mary had her third child, a son, 
at Soda Springs. She did not recover from childbirth as well as she 
should have done. A mid-wife gave her a sweat, then chilled her with 
cold cloths. This brought on congestion and chills, which turned into 
convulsions and paralysis. She suffered as many as eight to ten con- 
vulsions in one day. Mary suffered this way for about one month, then 
she began to move some of her limbs. In October her husband moved her 
to Logan, Utah, where members of his family could help care for her. 
Here, she got the attention she needed, and began to improve. The 
baby son, however, died when about three months old. Mary was ill for 
two years before she finally recovered. She later bore two more dau- 
ghters, which helped contribute to her early death. 

The last day Mary had on earth is described by her husband in his 
autobiography as follows: "The day she died she got up as usual, and 
we got our breakfast, and I was about to go to work. She asked if it 
was necessary for me to go to the shop that day, and stated that she 



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would like me to stay at home. I told her alright, 1 would stay at home 
if she wanted me to. About ten o'clock in the morning she said she did 
not feel well. I told her to go lie down for awhile. She replied, 'no 1 , 
for if she went to bed she would never get up again. I told her not to 
talk that way, as she would live a long time yet. She replied she knew 
better, and so did I. I was afraid that she was speaking too true, as 
the doctor from Fort Hall that visited her in sickness said she might 
get over it, but it was likely to return in seven years, and if it did 
she would die. I do not know how she knew that her sickness might return 
in seven years, for I had not told a living soul that would tell her 
what the doctor had said about the return of the sickness. 

"While we were talking together, I noticed that her face began 
twitching, and soon she had one of those horrible convulsions, and she 
never spoke again, for she had a convulsion every twenty minutes until 
ten o'clock in the evening, and died at that time. There I was left 
with four little motherless children. To try to express my sorrow and 
grief at that time is beyond my power. We laid her beside her first 
born son on the hill, and prayed God that I might live so that I would 
meet her again in the Spirit World and embrace again." 

Mary was a noble woman, who willingly took upon herself the hard- 
ships of the pioneers, and gave up her life in the cause of motherhood. 
It was partly the memory of their lovely, gracious mother that sustain- 
ed the four daughters as they grew and developed into womanhood. The 
girls clung to each other for moral support in their loss, which develop- 
ed a closeness of sisterhood not often encountered in life. Though her 
life was cut short, at age of thirty-two, Mary left a fine heritage to 
her children who honored her all through their lives. 



EBENEZER FARNES , son of John Burnside Fames and Ann Isaacs, was 
b. 4 Feb. 1843, Dagenham, Essex, England; d. 13 Feb. 1920, Logan, Cache, 
Utah; bur. 16 Feb. 1920, Logan Cemetery, Cache, Utah; md. (1) 27 Oct. 
1866, MARY CATHERINE BULLOCK, in the Salt Lake Endowment House, Salt 
Lake, Utah; md . (2) 3 Sept. 1876, Veta Josephine Fjeldsted. 

Ebenezer lived at Dagenham until about four years of age, when 
his parents moved to London, where he lived until nineteen years of age. 
Ebenezer had only six weeks of formal education. His family was poor, 
and his father was an invalid for many years. When only eight Ebenezer 
worked for a traveling salesman. He cleaned the horse and stable each 
day, bandaged the horse's legs, harnassed it, and sat in the wagon as 
th e goods were being sold. While still only eight he worked as a mes- 
senger boy, and continued until eleven years of age. After this he 
worked as a printer's aid; then in a butter shop, and other odd jobs. 
His last position in England was as a clerk in a dry goods store. 

In April 1862 Ebenezer emigrated to American on the ship Tapscott , 
with 852 passengers. The ship was a three mast sailing vessel, old and 
worn. The ship was eight weeks and two days crossing the Atlantic Ocean. 
Before Ebenezer sailed he had five young girls put in his charge to 
see that they arrived safely. When on board ship he had five others put 
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Ebenezer Fames 



Mary Catherine Bullock 




Mary Ann 



Edith 



Elizabeth 



Emily 



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About the third week at sea a terrible storm arose. The people had 
to stay in their beds for three days, the hatch being closed most of 
the time. The water was a foot deep on the first and second decks, and 
washed from one end of the ship to the other, ;uid from side to side as 
the ship rolled and tossed. The Captciin said it was the worst storm he 
had seen. The ship sprung a leak and pumps had to be used until they 
readied New York City, ten men operating the pumps at a time. The Cap- 
tain said that if he had known of the condition of the ship he would 
not sailed on it; but consoled himself with his load of Mormons on 
board, and that he would get through alright. After the ship landed 
in New York City, it was considered unfit to carry anything but lumber. 
It was loaded , and at sea the ship and lumber got water-logged and was 
lost . 

Ebenezer stayed for two days in New York City, then boarded the 
train. The train service was good until they reached Niagra Falls, 
where they crossed the river and changed trains. This train was com- 
posed of cattle cars, with all the filth left from the last load of 
cattle. They traveled slowly in Canada, eventually reaching Chicago. 
Another change of trains was made, but when in the station at Chicago, 
Ebenezer went on an errand for a friend for some eggs and bread. While 
he was on the errand the emigrant train left. Through a stroke of good 
fortune he was able to take an express train out of Chicago, and caught 
up to his train four hundred miles out of Chicago. Later they arrived 
at St. Joseph, Missouri. There they took a boat for Florence. The steam 
boat ride up the river took one day. The emigrants pitched their tents, 
and started to learn to rough it, since this was the outfitting place 
for the start across the plains by oxen teams. 

After lying around for two days, Ebenezer got a job waiting on 
tables at a hotel. He fared well, having plenty to eat and not too much 
to do. After about two weeks in the hotel he was asked to be cook for a 
freight wagon about to cross the plains. After about three weeks pre- 
paration, the teams started out. Ebenezer was asked to drive five yoke 
of oxen. They journey was one thousand miles across the wastelands. The 
work day soon became routine. Ebenezer rose at 4:00 A.M., made the fire, 
cooked breakfast for the freight crew, ate, and was ready to start on 
the trail at six or seven o'clock. The wagon train made from ten to 
fifteen miles per day. 

After their arrival at Salt Lake City, Ebenezer was paid for his 
services. His pay was $35.00. He bought an ax, and the next day started 
for Grantsvillc, Utah, where his sister lived. He put all his belongings 
on his back, started walking, and that same evening reached his sister's 
home. At Grantsville he soon found work, sometimes on a threshing mac- 
hine, digging potatoes, shucking corn, turning the fanning mill, or other 
odd jobs. 

About one week after Ebenezer 's arrival his two brothers came down 
from Cache Valley, and it was a joyful meeting. They talked about what 
would be the best way to bring their father, mother, and sisters from 
England to Salt Lake City, Utah. They went to Salt Lake City to see what 
might be done. The Church blacksmith shop was in need of charcoal, so 



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they saw the authorities and made a contract to furnish them with one 
thousand bushels of charcoal. In return, the Church would bring their 
family to Utah through the Perpetual Emigration Fund. The brothers 
selected a site about eight miles west of Grantsville. For weeks they 
cut enough wood for twelve hundred bushels of charcoal, peeled the 
bark; and at last prepared a huge pit. After burning sometime, the 
fire got out of control. After much labor they finally got it just 
smoldering. In about ten days they uncovered the pit, and to their 
disappointment had only one hundred sixty bushels. They soon found 
out that small pits worked best, and by spring completed the contract. 

Ebenezer then went to work for Archibald Hill for a short time, 
during which he dug a ditch around a small farm. He then went to work 
at the Tithing Office where he drove a team. After a short time he 
was asked to drive an express wagon to and from Tooele. 

In the fall of 1863 he was asked to take a pony team and go back 
on the plains, alone. He was to meet the companies and ask them if 
they needed any tents or other provisions. He started the next day, 
and took twelve tents, some oats for the team, some flour and bacon. 
Ebenezer traveled about forty miles a day. He met several companies 
of Saints, delivered his instructions, and left tents for those that 
needed them. 

Ebenezer was hopeful of meeting his parents and sisters in one 
of the companies. This he did, but it was a sorrowful reunion. His 
father had died just two days earlier, and his mother had typhoid 
fever. After staying at camp until the ox teams were ready to con- 
tinue their journey, Ebenezer said goodbye to his mother and sisters, 
and journeyed eastward. A young man volunteered to go back east 
with him. 

The next day they saw one of the sights of the desert. Near 
the crossing of the Sweet Water River, a large number of cattle had 
died. There were about seventy five gray, prairie wolves eating the 
carcasses that lay there. About one hundred coyotes were standing 
nearby waiting their turn when the wolves were satisfied. It was a 
sight to see their long hair and bushy tails shining in the sun, 
their red mouths open, and their white teeth snarling at them as 
they passed through the pack. Some wolves were no more than twenty 
five feet from their team. That evening they arrived at the spot 
where Ebenezer 's father was buried. After a few hours rest they 
journeyed east and soon met another emigrant train. They stayed 
that night, left some tents, and started on again. At length they 
met the last company on the banks of the Platte River. They travel- 
ed west with the company for a few days, then left to catch up with 
the next train ahead. 

At the last crossing of the Sweet Water River Ebenezer met a 
small company of United States Soldiers. It was at the time of the 
Civil War, and the soldiers were instructed to confiscate any gun- 
powder from the Saints. Ebenezer was detained for four days before 
the soldiers permitted him to travel on to the next company ahead. 

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When returning home to Salt Lake Valley one of Ebenezer's horses got 
sick. He had to leave the horse and his wagon at Park City, Utah, and 
return home on his well horse. 

Upon his return he joined the second company of artillery of the 
reactivated Nauvoo Legion, under the direction of Captain Ed Martin. 
Soon after joining the artillery Ebenezer was detailed to guard the 
County Courthouse, where a prisoner was held. He remained here for 
six weeks. Ebenezer then worked as a teamster for the Church for a 
short time. He made a trip south to Fillmore, Utah, to find good herd- 
ing grounds for the Church's cattle. 

In the fall of 1864 Ebenezer took a trip to the Muddy River in 
Nevada, about one hundred miles southwest of St. George, Utah. He left 
with two companions about the first of December, with one wagon, two 
mules, two horses, and tools for making a home and a farm. They took 
flour and provisions for one year. On the way it snowed nearly every 
day. They got stalled in the snow, and each had snow blindness for 
a period of time. After many weeks and considerable effort they arrived 
at the Muddy River. They were among the first fifteen settlers on the 
Muddy River. The three companions stayed in the Muddy country all win- 
ter, and in the spring of 1865 returned to Salt Lake City. Ebenezer 
took a trip to Cache Valley and liked the area so much better that 
he decided not to return to his home on the Muddy River. 

Ebenezer bought a small farm and a city lot, built a log house 
in Logan on his lot, and lived there until 1866. He met and courted 
Mary Catherine Bullock. They were married on 27 Oct. 1866 in the Salt 
Lake Endowment House. Ebenezer had intended to return to Logan, but 
Mary's mother was widowed, growing old, and her health was not too 
good. So Ebenezer and his wife remained in Salt Lake City, where he 
went to work for the Church again. His work consisted of driving teams, 
cattle, and working on the Tabernacle. On one occasion in June 1867 
he went to haul some fire wood from the canyon. The spring runoff 
was at its height. At one place his oxen tried to ford the stream. 
His cattle, wagon, and himself were swept down the stream. Ebenezer 
nearly lost his life. 

He drove a herd of cattle to Fillmore to the Church farms dur- 
ing the summer. In the fall he worked on a hayfield on the Church 
farm. In Dec. 1867 he moved his family over to the Church Island, 
better known as Antelope Island. His work on the island consisted 
of building fences, planting orchards, gardening, breaking horses, 
milking cows, and general ranching. The next spring Ebenezer went 
south to the Sevier River to take charge of a new Church ranch. 

In 1870 there came a call for volunteers to settle Soda Springs, 
Idaho. Ebenezer decided to go. He left his family in Salt Lake City, 
got two yoke of oxen, one cow, and a good wagon. He helped in the 
survey of the city, and purchased a town lot. He built a two room log 
house, and built a barn. He fenced his lot, and during the spring of 
1871 he brought his family to Soda Springs. Ebenezer did some fencing 
for others, and took contracts to build houses. He did considerable 



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trading in cattle and horses. The men that drove cattle from Texas to 
Oregon were glad to trade their lame cattle for those that could travel. 
Sometime he would get three lame cattle for one of his cattle, and 
sometimes two for one in exchange. He purchased some cattle for cash. 
In this way he secured a herd of horses and cattle. 

Ebenezer's wife, Mary, became very ill after the birth of her 
son in July 1872, so he moved her to Logan, Utah, in October. Here 
she lived with his folks, and got the attention she needed. Ebenezer 
later sold his place in Soda Springs, and operated a butcher shop 
in Logan. On 3 Sept. 1876 Ebenezer married his second wife, Veta Jos- 
ephine Fjeldsted. Both wives lived in the same house in separate apart- 
ments, and Josephine was a great help to Mary. 

Ebenezer was a man of great ambition and courage, necessary assets 
in those days. At one time he operated a salt plant on the shores of 
Great Salt Lake west of Farmington, Utah. Later he owned and operated 
Salt Lake's major meat market, which once stood near Hotel Utah. 

Ebenezer Fames stood five feet ten inches tall. His head of thick 
wavy hair, and finely chiselled features distinguished him in any com- 
pany. He wore a beard most of his life. During his last few years he 
made a practice of visiting each of his children and their families 
each Sunday afternoon with those in Salt L a ke City. He traveled by 
street car from one to the other. His grandchildren would watch an- 
xiously for the first sight of him striding down the street, and run 
a block to meet him. They loved him for himself, and the stories he 
would tell about his early experiences. They also knew that in his 
pocket they would find a bag of delicious butterscotch candy. It was 
a joyous sight to see him striding down the street with a small grand- 
child in each arm, another on his back, and the others hanging on as 
close as they could manage. His death on 13 Feb. 1920 left a host of 
loving relatives and friends, who had wonderful memories of a truly 
fine gentleman. 

Mary Catherine Bullock and Ebenezer Fames had the following 
children: 

* 1. Mary Ann Fames, b. 30 Oct. 1867, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 

md. 3 Mar. 1886, Clarence Christopher Cole Cressall. 

* 2. Elizabeth Fames, b. 15 Oct. 1870, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. Joseph Askie Silver. 
3. Ebenezer Fames, Jr., b. 12 July 1872, Soda Springs, Caribou, 
Idaho; d. Oct. 1872; unmd. 

* 4. Emily Fames, b. 10 Nov. 1873, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 26 Feb. 

1902, George Girdlestone Smith. 

* 5. Edith Fames, b. 14 Nov. 1876, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 27 Sept. 

1889, George Henry Budd. 



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MARY ANN FARNES, dau . of Ebenezer Fames and Mary Catherine Bull- 
ock, was b. 30 Oct. 1867, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; d. 5 Aug. 
1951, Logan, Cache, Utah; bur. 8 Aug. 1951, Logan cemetery, Cache, 
Utah; md. 3 Mar. 1886, CLARENCE CHRISTOPHER COLE CRESSALL, in the Logan 
Temple, Cache, Utah. 

Mary Ann was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, and when four years 
of age went to Soda Springs, Idaho, with her parents. They moved by 
covered wagon, and resided there for two years. Because of her mother's 
poor health the family moved to Logan, Utah. Mary Ann soon learned to 
help with the house work although only seven years old. For the next 
five years she did the dishes, mixed bread, ironed, and sewed. Her 
mother would direct her from a chair. When Mary Ann was twelve years 
old her mother became very ill. Her mother went hurrying out of the 
house. When she didn't come back immediately, Mary Ann went to see 
where she was. Her mother was stooping on the ground and her nose was 
bleeding. Her mother put her arm around Mary Ann and said, "Now, Mary 
Ann, I want you to take good care of your little sisters, as you will 
not have a mother soon." Her mother died the next day. 

Mary Ann did much to help with the family. Two days out of each 
school week she would stay home to wash and iron. The washing was done 
on the wash board, and the irons were heated on stoves. 

When Mary Ann was eighteen years of age she married Clarence Chris- 
topher Cole Cressall in the Logan Temple. This couple had twelve child- 
ren. Just before their fourth child was born her husband was called on 
a mission to England for two and one-half years. Mary Ann worried be- 
cause she had no money to send, but through faith and prayers the way 
was opened, and she was able to keep him there. 

Mary Ann had good health. She was very ambitious, and seldom had 
an idle moment. She loved to sew, embroider, crochet and knit. She was 
active in the Church. She served for ten years as a Counselor in the 
Relief Society, and was a home teacher for over fifty years. She spent 
many hours sitting with the sick, and making burial clothes. Mary Ann 
was the first captain of the Eliza R. Snow Camp of the Daughters of 
Utah Pioneers, and served in many capacities. 

Mary Ann's radiant spirit was a great force for good in all the 
lives she touched. She was loved by all who knew her. She died on 5 
Aug. 1951 at Logan and was buried in the city cemetery. 



CLARENCE CHRISTOPHER COLE CRESSALL, son of Paul Cressall and 
Eliza Cole, was b. 13 Dec. 1861, London, London, England; d. 31 Dec. 
1949, Logan, Cache, Utah; bur. 3 Jan, 1950, Logan cemetery, Cache, 
Utah; md. 3 Mar. 1886, MARY ANN FARNES, in the Logan Temple, Cache, 
Utah. 

Clarence's mother joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter 
Day Saints, and on 23 Mar. 1862 emigrated to America. She brought one 
child with her. Clarence was brought to American the next year when 
less that two years of age. His mother settled in Logan, where he 



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Clarence C.C. Cressall 



Mary Ann Fames 




Florence 



Roscoe F. 



Josephine 




Jessie 




^ 



Afton 
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Ralph 



received a limited education. On 3 Mar. 1886 he married Mary Ann Fames 
in the Logan Temple. They had twelve children. 

Clarence was an active church and civic worker. Just before his 
fourth child was born he was called by Brigham Young on a mission to 
his native England. He served as a missionary for two and one-half 
years, and was President of the Nottingham Conference for six months. 

Clarence helped haul material for construction of the Logan Temple 
for over a year; and hauled most of the white rock trim used on the 
Logan Tabernacle from the railroad depot. He assisted in cutting ties 
from Logan Canyon for the first railroad in Cache Valley. He had charge 
of building the early street car line from the depot to the Utah State 
University. 

Clarence was a carpenter and builder by occupation. He was the 
foreman of the construction work in building the first municipal 
power plant in Logan. He was foreman of the construction work for the 
Amalgamated Sugar Company for over twenty years . He was also supervisor 
of bridge construction for the Utah Northern Railway for many years. 

Clarence was a lifetime resident of Logan, he lived in the Logan 
Second Ward for nearly eighty-seven years. He died shortly after his 
eighty-eighth birthday. 



Mary Ann Fames and Clarence Christopher Cole Cressall had the 
following children: 

* 1. (Dr.) Anne Irene Cressall, b. 26 Nov. 1886, Logan, Cache, Utah; 

md. 13 June 1925, (Dr.) William Byron Jenkins. 

* 2. Olive Cressall, b. 19 Feb. 1889, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 27 Dec. 

1911, Francis William Milner. 
3. Clarence Ebenezer Cressall, b. 28 Aug. 1890, Logan, Cache, Utah; 
d. 24 June 1908; unmd . 

* 4. George Alvin Cressall, b. 8 Aug. 1892, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 

7 Apr. 1915, Cora Kidman. 

* 5. Raymond Paul Cressall, b. 25 June 1895, Logan, Cache, Utah; md . 

3 May 1915, Susan Shooter. 

* 6. Elizabeth Florence Cressall, b. 19 Apr. 1900, Logan, Cache, Utah; 

md. 5 Nov. 1919, Vincent Bickmore Larsen. 
7. dau. Cressall (stillborn), b. 19 Apr. 1900, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

* 8. Roscoe Fames Cressall, b. 27 Jan. 1903, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 

3 Nov. 1929, Emma Eliza Lee. 

* 9. Josephine Cressall, b. 20 Sept. 1905, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 

23 Feb. 1929, George Williams Willmore. 
*10. Jessie Cressall, b. 31 Dec. 1907, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 15 

June 1929, Laurence R. Mitton. 
*11. Afton Cressall, b. 26 Apr. 1910, Logan, Cache, Utah; md . 30 Oct. 

1939, Ellis Leon Rees. 
*12. Ralph Elwood Cressall, b. 24 Sept. 1912, Logan, Cache, Utah; 

md. 31 Dec. 1930, Mary Melby. 



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(Dr.) ANNE IRENE CRESSALL, dau . of Clarence Christopher Cole 
Cressall and Mary Ann Fames, was b. 26 Nov. 1886, Logan, Cache, 
Utah; md. 13 June 1925, (Dr.) WILLIAM BYRON JENKINS, at Berkeley, 
Alameda, California. He was b. 9 May 1889, Terre Haute, Vigo, Ind- 
iana; son of Albert Delos Jenkins and Clara Guisinger. Anne and 
William had no children. 

OLIVE CRESSALL, dau. of Clarence Christopher Cole Cressall and 
Mary Ann Fames, was b. 19 Feb. 1889, Logan, Cache , Utah; md. 27 Dec. 
1911, FRANCIS WILLIAM MILNER, at Logan, Cache, Utah. He was b. 29 
Dec. 1886, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son of Louis John Milner 
and Annie Louise Jones. Olive and Francis had the following children: 

* 1. Richard William Milner, b. 10 May 1914, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; md. 15 Feb. 1939, Merle Fisher. 
2. Clarence Jack Milner, b. 21 Nov. 1918, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; d. 5 May 1945; unmd. 

RICHARD WILLIAM MILNER , son of Francis William Milner and Olive 
Cressall, was b. 10 May 1914, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 15 
Feb. 1939, MERLE FISHER, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 
19 May 1913, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. of Joseph E. Fisher 
and Lenora Jensen. Richard and Merle had the following children: 

1. Linda Joyce Milner, b. 28 Oct. 1940, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California. 

2. Richard Fisher Milner, b. 2 June 1940, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California. 

3. Carol Dawn Milner, b. 12 Mar. 1948, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California. 

4. Marrilee Ann Milner, b. 5 June 1952, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California. 

5. David William Milner, b. 18 May 1954, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California. 



GEORGE ALVIN CRESSALL, son of Clarence Christopher Cole Cressall 
and Mary Ann Fames, was b. 8 Aug. 1892, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 7 
Apr. 1915, CORA KIDMAN, at Logan, Cache, Utah. She was b. 20 Nov. 1894, 
Petersboro, Cache, Utah; dau. of Frederick James Armstrong Kidman and 
Wilhelmina Fredericka Yonk. George and Cora had the following children: 

* 1. Clyde George Cressall, b. 30 Nov. 1915, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 

26 June 1937, Connie Albiston Biggs. 

* 2. Adrian Delbert Cressall, b. 11 Feb. 1919, Burley, Cassia, Idaho; 

md. 24 Sept. 1936, Pearl Luella Hopkinson. 

* 3. Mary Irene Cressall, b. 24 Jan. 1925, Burley, Cassia, Idaho; md. 

23 Aug. 1946, Walter Randolph Houston. 

* 4. Coraleen Cressall, b. 29 Oct. 1927, Burley, Cassia, Idaho; md. 

19 Aug. 1947, Janes Junior Gamble. 

* 5. Calvin C. Cressall, b. 28 Sept. 1929, Burley, Cassia, Idaho; 

md. 4 Sept. 1948, Elizabeth Mae Luthy. 



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Adrian Delbert Cressall 



Pearl Luella Hopkinson 




Children: back row, left to right: George Allen, 
Terry D. , Lynn A., Bonnie L. Front row, left to right; 
John L. , Gary W. Carroll A., holding Judy I., Richard 
W. , Shirley Jean. 



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* 6. Lyle | Cressall , b. 31 Mar. 1933, Burley, Cassia, Idaho; md . 12 

July 1954, Erma Lee Prescott. 

CLYDE GEORGE CRESSALL, son of George Alvin Cressall aniJ Cora 
Kidman, was b. 30 Nov. 1915, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 26 June 1937 
CONNIE ALBISTON BIGGS, at Logan, Cache, Utah. She was b. 12 Dec. 1919, 
Franklin, Franklin, Idaho; dau. of Melvin Biggs and Rhea Blanche Al- 
biston. Clyde and Connie had the following children: 

1. Sherrin Cressall, b. 28 Apr. 1940, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

2. Patricia Anne Cressall, b. 9 July 1943, Murray, Salt Lake, Utah. 

3. David Brent Cressall, b. 29 June 1952, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

ADRIAN DELBERT CRESSALL, son of George Alvin Cressall and Cora 
Kidman, was b. 11 Feb. 1919, Burley, Cassia, Idaho; md . 24 Sept. 1936, 
PEARL LUELLA HOPKINSON, at Logan, Cache, Utah. She was b. 5 Sept. 1919, 
Eureka, Juab, Utah; dau. of Herbert Septmus Hopkinson and Annie Mary 
Peasgood. Adrian and Pearl had the following children: 

* 1. Lynn Delbert Cressall, b. 24 Aug. 1938, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 

25 Jan. 1958, Linda Rae Lees. 

* 2. Carroll Adriene Cressall, b. 7 Oct. 1942, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah; md. 26 May 1961, John Barnard Howard. 

3. Terry Dee Cressall, b. 15 June 1945, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, It, 

4. Bonnie Luella Cressall, b. 4 Jan. 1949, Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah. 

5. George Allen Cressall, b. 26 Jan. 1950, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

6. John Lavere Cressall, b. 4 Apr. 1951, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

7. Shirley Jean Cressall, b. 2 Mar. 1953, Murray, Salt Lake, Utah. 

8. Richard Wayne Cressall, b. 2 Feb. 1959, Murray, Salt Lake, Utah. 

9. Gary William Cressall, b. 11 Feb. 1961, Murray, Salt Lake, Utah. 
10. Judy Irene Cressall, b. 25 July 1962, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 



LYNN DELBERT CRESSALL, son of Adrian Delbert Cressall and Pearl 
Luella Hopkinson, was b. 24 Aug. 1938, Logan, Cache, Utah; md . 25 
Jan. 1958, LINDA RAE LEES, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. She was 
b. 29 July 1941, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. of Leslie Frank 
Lees and Josephine Eckersley. Lynn and Linda had the following child- 
ren: 

1. Jody Rae Cressall, b. 16 Sept. 1958, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut. 

2. Linda Dee Cressall, b. 23 Oct. 1959, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut. 

3. Lynn Delbert Cressall, Jr. b. 23 Oct. 1959, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 

4. James Lyle Cressall, b. 21 Oct. 1962, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut, 

CARROLL ADRIENE CRESSALL, dau. of Adrian Delbert Cressall and 
Pearl Luella Hopkinson, was b. 7 Oct. 1942, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; md. 26 May 1961, JOHN BARNARD HOWARD, at Midvale, S a lt Lake, Ut. 
He was b. 6 Aug. 1941, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son of Ray- 



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mond Victor Howard and Gladys Wentz. Carroll and John had the follow- 
ing children: 

1„ Barbara Lynn Howard, b. 12 Aug. 1962, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

MARY IRENE CRESSALL, dau . of George Alvin Cressall and Cora Kid- 
man, was b. 24 Jan. 1925, Burley, Cassia, Idaho; md . 23 Aug. 1946, 
WALTER RANDOLPH HOUSTON, at Logan, Cache, Utah. He was b. 30 June ] 920 , 
Ash Grove, Greene, Missouri; son of Martin J. Houston and Dora Velma 
Lovely. Mary and Walter had the following children: 

1. Randolph Lee Houston, b. 25 Feb. 1948, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

2. Susan Houston, b. 6 Oct. 1951, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

3. Steve Martin Houston, b. 1 June 1955, Miles City, Custer, Mont. 



CORALEEN CRESSALL, dau. of George Alvin Cressall and Cora Kidman, 
was b. 29 Oct. 1927, Burley, Cassia, Idaho; md. 19 Aug. 1947, JAMES 
JUNIOR GAMBLE, at Elko, Elko, Nevada. He was b. 9 Apr. 1925, Idaho 
Falls, Bonneville, Idaho; son of James Alexander Gamble and Geneva 
Catron. Coraleen and James had the following children: 

1. James David Gamble, b. 30 Sept. 1949, Nampa , Canyon, Idaho. 

2. Dan Steven Gamble, b. 10 Nov. 1950, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

3. Darwin Michael Gamble, b. 11 June 1954, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

4. Mary Melinda Gamble, b. 3 Mar. 1961, Nampa, Canyon, Idaho. 



CALVIN C CRESSALL, son of George Alvin Cressall and Cora Kidman, 
was b. 28 Sept. 1929, Burley, Cassia, Idaho; md. 4 Sept. 1948, ELIZA- 
BETH MAE LUTHY, at Evanston , Uinta, Wyoming. She was b. 18 Mar. 1931, 
Logan, Cache, Utah; dau. of Emil August Luthy and Freida Miller. 
Calvin and Elizabeth had the following children: 

1. dau. Cressall (stillborn), b. 28 Apr. 1949, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

2. Craig Calvin Cressall, b. 14 Nov. 1950, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

3. Paul L Cressall, b. 10 Mar. 1955, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

4. Don Robert Cressall, b. 17 July 1956, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

5. Scott M Cressall, b. 2 Apr. 1959, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

LYLE K CRESSALL, son of George Alvin Cressall and Cora Kidman, 
was b. 31 Mar. 1933, Burley, Cassia, Idaho; md. 12 July 1954, ERMA 
LEE PRESCOTT, in the Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. She was b. 4 June 
1934, Sharon, Idaho; dau. of John Levi Prescott and Ida Lucille Wixom. 
Lyle and Erma had the following children: 

1. Katherine Lee Cressall, b. 7 Sept. 1956, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake , Utah . 

2. Debra Cressall, b, 1 Jan. 1958, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

3. Christopher Lyle Cressall, b. 3 Jan. 1961, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 



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RAYMOND PAUL CRESSALL, son of Clarence Christopher Cole Cressall 
and Mary Ann Fames, was b. 25 June 1895, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 3 
May 1915, SUSAN SHOOTER, at Logan, Cache, Utah. She was b. 21 July 
1896, Mansfield, Nottingham, England; dau . of William Shooter and 
Olite Dove. Raymond and Susan had the following child: 

* 1. William Ray Cressall, b. 10 Sept. 1916, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 
20 May 1936, Aline Ruby Hunter. 



WILLIAM RAY CRESSALL, son of Raymond Paul Cressall and Susan 
Shooter, was b. 10 Sept. 1916, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 20 May 1936, 
ALINE RUBY HUNTER, at Ogden , Weber, Utah. She was b. 19 Oct. 1915, 
Ogden, Weber, Utah; dau. of Angus Hunter and Ruby Ipson . William Ray 
and Aline Ruby had the following child: 

* 1. William Frank Cressall, b. 8 Oct. 1938, Missoula, Missoula, Mon- 
tana; md. 29 Sept. 1962, Mamie Brooke Hamilton. 



WILLIAM FRANK CRESSALL, son of William Ray Cressall and Aline 
Ruby Hunter, was b. 8 Oct. 1938, Missoula, Missoula, Montana; md. 
29 Sept. 1962, MAMIE BROOKE HAMILTON, at Greenwood, Lefore, Mississ- 
ippi. She was b. 17 July 1940, Houston, Harris, Texas; dau. of Carl 
Pannewitz Hamilton and Ina Robbins Rebman. 



ELIZABETH FLORENCE CRESSALL, dau. of Clarence Christopher Cole 
Cressall and Mary Ann Fames, was b. 19 Apr. 1900, Logan, Cache, Utah; 
md. 5 Nov. 1919, VINCENT BICKMORE LARSEN, in the Logan Temple, Cache, 
Utah. He was b. 20 Apr. 1897, Paradise, Cache, Utah; son of Jacob Nel- 
son Larsen and Ellen Bickmore. Elizabeth Florence and Vincent had the 
following children: 

1. Beth Larsen, b. 15 Sept. 1921, Preston, Franklin, Idaho; d. 6 
Feb. 1926; unmd . 

2. Robert Cressall Larsen, b. 1 Feb. 1925, Pocatello, Bannock, 
Idaho; d. 29 Mar. 1925; unmd. 

3. Ann Marie Larsen, b. 16 May 1927, Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho; 
d. 16 May 1927; unmd. 

* 4. Jay N Larsen, b. 21 Nov. 1928, Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho; md. 

24 May 1962, Judith Ann Grady. 
5. Sallie Ann Larsen, b. 19 Aug. 1934, Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho; 
d. 19 Aug. 1934; unmd. 

# 6. Nanette Nixon Larsen, b. 1 Mar. 1936, Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho; md. 20 Feb. 1957, Farrell Estus Fullmer. 
7. Vincent Larsen, b. 12 Oct. 1936, Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho; d. 
12 Oct. 1936; unmd. 

JAY N LARSEN, son of Vincent Bickmore Larsen and Elizabeth Flor- 
ence Cressall, was b. 21 Nov. 1928, Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho; md . 
25 May 1962, JUDITH ANN GRADY, at Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho. She was 



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b. 24 Sept. 1937, l'ocatello , Bannock, Idaho; dau . of Maurice Edward 
Grady and Loretta Ennis. 

ROSCOE FARNES CRESSALL , son of Clarence Christopher Cole Cressall 
and Mary Ann Fames , was b. 27 Jan. 1903, Logan, Cache, Utah; r.id . 3 
Kov. 1929, EMMA ELIZA LEE, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. She was 
b. 1 Aug. 1909, Spanish Fork, Utah, Utah; dau. of John Arnold Lee and 
Ellen Jane McKcll. Roscoe and Emi.ia had the following children: 

* 1. Darbara Lee Cressall, b. 16 Aug. 1930, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. 28 Dec. 1948, Martin Fred Devenberg. 

* 2. Janet Grace Cressall, b. 24 July 1932, Mapleton, Utah, Utah; md. 

2 Dec. 1953, Richard Gaige Titus. 

* 3. Lee Roscoe Cressall, b. 21 Apr. 1938, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; rod. 29 May 195G, Sharon Verna Goff. 

* 4. Mary Ellen Cressall, b. 5 Sept. 1940, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. 9 Oct. 1958, Shelby John Stastny. 

* 5. Miriam Kaye Cressall, b. 15 Apr. 1943, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. 12 Jan. 1963, John Alden Cook. 
6. Clarence Arnold Cressall, b. 15 Feb. 1946, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 



BARBARA LEE CRESSALL, dau. of Roscoe Fames Cressall and Emma 
Eliza Lee, was b. 16 Aug. 1930, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 
28 Dec. 1948, MARTIN FRED DEVENBERG, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake , 
Utah. He was b. 4 Jan. 1929, Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho; son of Henry 
Robert Devenberg and Leona Covalt. Barbara and Martin had the follow- 
ing children: 

1. Janet Lee Devenberg, b. 11 Jan. 1952, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

2. Shauna Kaye Devenberg, b. 23 Dec. 1953, Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah, 

3. Pamela Devenberg, b. 3 June 1957, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

4. Cynthia Ann Devenberg, b. 6 Apr. 1961, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

JANET GRACE CRESSALL, dau. of Roscoe Fames Cressall and Emma 
Eliza Lee, was b. 24 July 1932, Mapleton, Utah, Utah; md . 2 Dec. 1953, 
RICHARD GAIGE TITUS, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 8 
Oct. 1930, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake , Utah; son of Edward Gaige Titus 
and May Sophia Isaacson. Janet and Richard had the following children: 

# 1. Matthew Gaige Titus, b. 1 May 1961, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

LEE ROSCOE CRESSALL, son of Roscoe Fames Cressall and Er.roa Eliza 
Lee, was b. 21 Apr. 1938, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; rod. 29 May 
1956, SHARON VERNA GOFF, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. She was 
b. 15 Nov. 1939, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. of Arvell Lavell 
Goff and Ida Allison. Lee and Sharon had the following children: 

1. Terry Lynne Cressall, b. 15 Dec. 1957, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 

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2. Randy Lee Cressall, b. 27 Oct. 1960, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

3. Kevin Lavell Cressall, b. 27 Nov. 1962, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 

MARY ELLEN CRESSALL, dau . of Roscoe Fames Cressall and Emma 
Eliza Lee, was b. 5 Sept. 1940, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 
9 Oct. 1958, SHELBY JOHN STASTNY, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 
He was b. 21 Nov. 1938, Ely, White Pine, Nevada; son of John James 
Stastny and Doris Christine Larsen. Mary and Shelby had the follow- 
ing children: 

1. Karin Lyn Stastny, b. 4 July 1962, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

MIRIAM KAYE CRESSALL, dau. of Roscoe Fames Cressall and Emma 
Eliza Lee, was b. 15 Apr. 1943, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; rod. 
12 Jan. 1963, JOHN ALDEN COOK, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. He 
was b. 1 Sept. 1939, Canandaigua, Ontario, Neiv York; son of Stanleigh 
Gates Cook and Adelaide Benson. 



JOSEPHINE CRESSALL, dau. of Clarence Christopher Cole Cressall 
and Mary Ann Fames, was b. 20 Sept. 1906, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 
23 Feb. 1929, GEORGE WILLIAMS WILLMORE, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. He was b. 19 June 1897, Logan, Cache, Utah; son of Thomas 
Willraore and Sarah Jane Williams. Josephine and George had the fol- 
lowing children: 



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1. Ollie Jean Willmore, b. 18 Oct. 1934, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; md. 2 Nov. 1959, Allan Barrymore Babcock. 

2. Sarah Ann Willmore, b. 21 Dec. 1939, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; d. 3 Jan. 1940; unmd. 

3. Georgia Irene Willraore, b. 27 Sept. 1943, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah; rod. 28 Feb. 1960, Richard John Bonacci. 



OLLIE JEAN WILLMORE, dau. of George Williams Willmore and Josep- 
hine Cressall, was b. 18 Oct. 1934, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
md. 2 Nov. 1959, ALLAN BARRYMORE BABCOCK, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. He was b. 4 Nov. 1922, Myton, Duchesne, Utah; son of Lionel Al- 
bert Babcock and Naomi Gertrude Brown. Ollie Jean and Allan had the 
following children: 

1. Sarah Jo Babcock, b. 28 Apr. 1961, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

2. Allan William Babcock, b. 25 Sept. 1962, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 

GEORGIA IRENE WILLMORE, dau. of George Williams Willmore and Jo- 
sephine Cressall, was b. 27 Sept. 1943, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; md. 28 Feb. 1960, RICHARD JOHN BONACCI, at Elko, Elko, Nevada. 
He was b. 14 June 1941, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son of 
Anthony Bonacci and Martha Marino. Georgia and Richard had the fol- 

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lowing children: 

1. Terra Jean Bonacci, b. 23 May 1962, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

JESSIE CRESSALL, dau . of Clarence Christopher Cole Cressall and 
Mary Ann Fames, was b. 31 Dec. 1907, Logan, Cache, Utah; nid. 15 June 
1929, LAURENCE R. MITTON, at Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah. He was b. 
5 July 1909, Paradise, Cache, Utah; son of John Henry Mitton and Ruth 
Rallison. Jessie and Laurence had the following children: 

* 1. Ruth Ann Mitton, b. 13 Apr. 1930, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 23 Feb, 

1951, Wendell Evans Lewis. 

* 2. Boyd Laurence Mitton, b. 16 Dec. 1934, Whitney, Franklin, Idaho; 

md. 14 Feb. 1959, Beverly Bingham. 
3. Scott Clarence Mitton, b. 12 July 1946, Preston, Franklin, Idaho, 



RUTH ANN MITTON, dau. of Laurence R. Mitton and Jessie Cressall, 
was b. 13 Apr. 1930, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 23 Feb. 1951, WENDELL 
EVANS LEWIS, at Logan, Cache, Utah. He was b. 9 July 1928, Logan, 
Cache, Utah; son of Edward Lewis and Virginia Evans. Ruth Ann and 
Wendell had the following children: 

1. Alan Mitton Lewis, b. 15 July 1954, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

2. Clair Mitton Lewis, b. 30 June 1956, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

BOYD LAURENCE MITTON, son of Laurence R. Mitton and Jessie Cress- 
all, was b. 16 Dec. 1934, Whitney, Franklin, Idaho; md . 14 Feb. 1959, 
BEVERLY BINGHAM, at Logan, Cache, Utah. She was b. 4 Sept. 1937, Logan, 
Cache, Utah; dau. of Lewis Bingham and Ada Louella Kofoed. Boyd and 
Beverly had the following children: 

1. Linda Mitton, b. 22 Nov. 1958, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

2. Larry Boyd Mitton, b. 23 Oct. 1959, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

AFTON CRESSALL, dau. of Clarence Christopher Cole Cressall and 
Mary Ann Fames, was b. 26 Apr. 1910, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 30 Oct. 
1939, ELLIS LEON REES, at Logan, Cache, Utah. He was b. 27 Sept. 
1901, Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah; son of David Leon Rees and Sarah 
Johnson. Afton and Ellis Leon had the following children: 

1. David Clarence Rees, b. 25 Nov. 1941, Brigham City, Box Elder, Ut. 

2. Frank Leon Rees, b. 18 Apr. 1944, Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah. 

3. Katharine Marie Rees, b. 30 Mar. 1948, Brigham City, Box Elder, 
Utah. 

4. Margaret Ann Rees, b. 24 Nov. 1949, Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah. 

5. Mary Elizabeth Rees, b. 5 June 1952, Brigham City, Box Elder, 
Utah . 

6. Dan Loren Rees, b. 19 Mar. 1954, Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah. 



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RALPH ELWOOD CRESSALL, son of Clarence Christopher Cole Crcssall 
and Mary Ann Fames, was b. 24 Sept. 1912, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 
31 Dec. 1030, MARY MELBY, at Preston, Franklin, Idaho. She as b. 25 
Aug. 1911, Christiana, Norway; dau. of Peter Nielson Melby and Borg- 
hild Thorstensen. Ralph and Mary had the following children: 

1. Ronald Cressall, b. 5 Mar. 1936, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

2. Richard Brooks Cressall, b. 22 Feb. 1940, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

3. Ramon James Cressall, b. 22 Sept. 1942, Logan, Cache, Utah. 



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ELIZABETH FARNES , dau. of Ebenezer Fames and Mary Catherine 
Bullock, was b. 15 Oct. 1870, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; d. 26 
Feb. 1925, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; bur. 3 Mar. 1925, Salt 
Lake cemetery, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 1898, JOSEPH ASKIE SILVER, at 
Colonia Dublan, Chihuahua, Mexico. 

Shortly after her birth her father was called on a mission. While 
he was on his mission his wife and two small children pioneered in the 
new settlement at Soda Springs, Idaho. A few years after his return, the 
family moved to Logan, Utah. Elizabeth attended school in a church 
meeting house. She was good at arithmetic and became an excellent reader 
and speller. For a short time during her childhood, she and her sisters 
raised a pet deer. In Logan her father became a prosperous butcher, and 
at one time was proprietor of two butcher shops there. 

When Elizabeth was about fourteen years of age, her father sold 
his butcher shops and built a salt works, known as the Eureka Salt 
Refinery, on the shore of Great Salt Lake. He moved his family to 
Lake Park, which was due west of the present resort known now as Lagoon 
at Farmington, Utah. The process required boiling of the salt solution, 
and Elizabeth remembered the resulting product as a beautiful snow- 
white salt , much superior to that made by the existing evaporation 
methods. The cost of fuel, however, made the process uneconomical, 
and the enterprise was soon abandoned. 

The winter following the salt works venture was one of extreme 
privation for the family. Elizabeth later remembered riding into Salt 
Lake City on a load of lumber taken from the dismantled structure. 
They lived in a house on First Avenue and Street. Drinking water 
was delivered by a water hauling vendor, and water for washing had 
to be carried by bucket from a ditch a block away. Her father con- 
tracted typhoid fever, and at Christmas the only gift she received 
was a candy fish, which a neighbor boy snatched from her and plopped 
into his mouth, leaving her with the dreariest Christmas memory of 
her life. 

The family then moved to John Taylor's old adobe house at 47 
Pear Street, now Girard , where her father lived until the time of 



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his death. Elizabeth went to work at the old Salt Lake Knitting Vi/orks . 
Later she became a seamstress at Walker Brothers Dry Goods store, where 
she rose to become head of the skirt department. 

In 1898 she married Joseph Askie Silver. She lived for a short 
time at Bountiful, Utah; Franklin, Idaho; and Mill Creek, Utah. Her 
husband then bought her a beautiful home at 962 South Eight West, Salt 
Lake City, Utah. This was one of the three mansions built side by side 
by Abram II. Cannon. Elizabeth was very happy in this lovely home. She 
was tall, slender, and a striking-appearing woman. 

Elizabeth had great ambitions for the education of her sons and 
daughters. Each child in turn was given piano instruction and dancing 
lessons. Each year she would invite the grade school teachers of her 
children for a special afternoon tea. In 1917 she and her family moved 
to New York City for one year. All the children went, except Harold, 
who went to work for his half-brother James at the Ogden Iron Works 
in Ogden, Utah. At the end of the year Elizabeth moved to Ogden to be 
with Harold, who had lost part of a foot in an industrial accident at 
the Iron Works. 

In the last years of her life Elizabeth lived with her children 
in Salt Lake City. She was an immaculate housekeeper, an excellent 
organizer, and an indefatigable worker. Elizabeth was essentially 
modest and retiring in nature, but was active in the Primary, Young 
Women's Mutual Improvement Association, and in the Relief Society. 
Her last activity was as literary teacher in the Relief Society of 
the Salt Lake Tenth Ward. One acquaintance said of her, "She was a 
cultured, dainty, refined woman. She never pushed herself in any way." 

Throughout her adult life, Elizabeth suffered from heart trouble. 
On the 26th Feb. 1925 she died of a paralytic stroke suffered a few 
days previously. She was laid to rest in the Silver family plot in 
the Salt Lake City cemetery. 



JOSEPH ASKIE SILVER, son of William John Silver and Mary Askie, 
was b. 13 July 1357, Brooklyn, Kings, New York; d. 11 Feb. 1930, New 
York City, New York; bur 16 Feb. 1930, Salt Lake City cemetery, Salt 
Lake, Utah; md. (1) MARY ELEANOR WATSON; md. (2) 1398, ELIZABETH 
FARNES, at Colonia Dublan , Chihuahua, Mexico. 

Joseph was born to emigrants from England , who had stopped 
temporarily at the point of debarkation to earn the funds to take 
them to Salt Lake Valley. When Joseph was two years old, his parents 
crossed the plains by ox team. One day he wandered away from camp and 
a posse of men later found him curled up fast asleep in what he later 
called a "prairie dog" hole. His father, after arriving in Salt Lake 
Valley, first lived in inadequate rented quarters with his family. 
Finally he bought a lot where he built a dug-out in the side of the 
hill to serve as a temporary home for his family, and a small machine 
shop to carry on his trade. 



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Joseph Askie Silver 



Elizabeth Fames 




Eleanor F. 



*d 

Harold F. 




Eniily Catherine 




1'A 
Richard F. 





Lucile F. 



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David F. 



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When Joseph was five years of age his mother died, and this was 
a great loss to the family. He received a limited education, attending 
school in the Old Social Hall in Salt Lake City. On one occasion his 
teacher ordered him to take off his coat, which was buttoned right up 
to his neck. He refused and was sent home because of insubordination. 
The reason he had not obeyed the teacher was that he only had one shirt, 
and that was in the wash. 

At another time, as a small boy, Joseph was sent to collect a bill 
from one of his father's customers. The man twitted him about his 
"bowl" haircut. The boy replied, "If you would pay your bill, I could 
afford a 'store boughten' haircut." When his father later heard of the 
incident, which was thought amusing by everyone else, Joseph says he 
got a thrashing for not respecting his elders. 

As a child Joseph contracted smallpox, which pitted his face for 
life. Partly because of this, in later years, he grew a luxuriant beard 
and mustache. During his years as a young man his hair and beard were 
jet black, and his eyes, though blue, were so deep-set that he was 
sometimes called "black-eyed Joe". 

At the age of seventeen, Joseph ceased to work for his father and 
walked from Salt Lake City to Park City, Utah; whore he obtained a job 
in the famed Ontario Silver Mine. He worked diligently and ultimately 
became the company's master mechanic and mill superintendent. After 
this experience he worked as a machinist and a locomotive engineer for 
the Utah Central and Utah Northern Railroads. About 1880 he married 
Mary Eleanor Watson and raised a family of eight, and had three addi- 
tional children die in infancy. In 1898 he married Elizabeth Fames, 
and they had six children. 

In 1886 Joseph, along with his brothers John and Hyrum , bought 
the foundry and machine shop that their father had built on North Temple 
Street, and this became widely known as the Silver Brothers Iron Works. 
They made in their foundry the cast iron oxen that support the baptismal 
font in the Salt Lake Temple. These were then covered with gold leaf to 
give them a magnificent appearance. For twenty years the pattern used in 
making of these oxen stood in the pattern shop, and was an object of 
interest for all visitors to their plant. 

Lead and silver mining became very active in Utah, and Joseph and 
his brothers furnished mine cars and machinery to the mines. Their bus- 
iness prospered. Joseph was regarded as a prominent businessman, and 
served a term as President of the Commercial Club of Salt Lake City. In 
the first part of the present century, the Utah Copper Company began 
operations at Bingham, Utah. This one operation alone supplied the Iron 
Works with a great amount of business. In 1907 Joseph reached his zenith. 
He bought out his two brothers, and at the same time built a new plant 
at Seventh South and Fourth West, the most modern iron works in the 
intermountain region. However, shortly after the plant was completed 
the Utah Copper Company notified him that they intended to build their 
own plant at Magna. Joseph found himself in possession of a plant far 
too large for the amount of business from other sources. 



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Joseph decided he would have to establish facilities for making 
cast steel, so he wont to work for a short time in the steel plant of 
the Bethlehem Steel Company at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Here he learned 
the art of making Bessemer steel. He returned to Utah and installed a 
Bessemer converter for the conversion of molten cast iron into cast 
steel. His son Harold remembers watching, as a boy, the flames from 
the first heat of steel pruduced between the Mississippi River and 
the Pacific Coast. The new steel making process enabled the plant to 
produce rolls used in grinding operations for reducing ore at the 
Utah Copper Company and other mills. This extended the life of the 
business, but in 1916, the Silver Brothers Iron Works was taken over 
by other interests, and became known as the Salt Lake Iron and Steel 
Company . 

During the operation of the Iron Works, Joseph built many steel 
structures in o; It Lake City, including the steel work for the saucer 
track for bicycle racing at Saltair, built over the Great Salt Lake. 
The latter proved to be a disastrous undertaking. One day when all of 
the steel had been erected ready for the commencement of riveting, a 
high wind came up over the lake. Some of the joints were improperly 
fastened and braced, cind the entire structure came crashing down into 
ten feet of salt water. The jumbled mass of steel had to be cut apart 
and removed, and the construction begun anew. 

Joseph patented a metal and concrete railroad tie and in 191G 
went to New York City to get the necessary financial help to promote 
it. There, through the kindness of a man he had formerly known in the 
mining industry, he was able to get two small contracts. One stretch 
of track was installed by the New York Central Railroad at Spuyten 
Duyvil in New York, and another stretch installed by the Pennsylvania 
Railroad at Morristown, New Jersey. The use of the ties, however, 
never became popular with the railroads. 

Joseph died in New York City of apoplexy on 11 Feb. 1930. His 
body was shipped home for funeral services in Salt Lake City, and he 
was buried in the family plot in the Salt Lake City cemetery. 

Elizabeth Fames and Joseph Askie Silver had the following 
children: 

* 1. Eleanor Fames Silver, b. 18 July 1899, Bountiful, Davis, Utah; 

md. 26 Mar. 1943, Henry Royden Herrmann. 

* 2. Harold Fames Silver, b. 15 Mar. 1901, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. 20 Feb. 1929, Madelyn Cannon Stewart. 

* 3. Emily Catherine Silver, b. 31 Oct. 1902, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah; md. 7 Sept. 1926, Byron Arthur Chadwick. 

* 4. Richard Fames Silver, b. 1 Nov. 1904, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah; md. 31 May 1939, Anne Cannon. 
5. Lucile Fames Silver, b. 3 Jan. 1907, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
• Utah. 

* 6. David Fames Silver, b. 29 July 1912, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. 3 July 1945, Sylvia Ellen Woodhouse. 



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ELEANOR FAIiNES SILVER, dau. of Joseph Askie Silver and Elizabeth 
Fames, was b. 18 July 1899, Bountiful, Davis, Utah; d. 7 Apr. 1961, 
Westport, Fairfield, Conn.; bur. 14 Apr. 1961 , Salt Lake City cemetery, 
Salt Lake, Utah; rod. 26 Mar. 1943, HENRY ROYDEN HERRMAN, at Greenwich, 
Fairfield, Conn. He was b. 14 Mar. 1908, Great Neck, Nassau, New York; 
son of Oscar Herrmann and Lalla Wenige. Eleanor and Henry had the fol- 
lowing children: 

# 1. Eduardo Domingues Herrmann, b. 11 Oct. 1946, Rio de Janeiro, 

Brazil . 

# 2. Hillary Herrmann, b. 24 Feb. 1953, New York City, New York. 

HAROLD FARNES SILVER, son of Joseph Askie Silver and Elizabeth 
Fames, was b. 15 Mar. 1901, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 20 
Feb. 1929, MADELYN CANNON STEWART, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 
Utah. She was b. 1 Mar. 1901, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; d. 26 
Sept. 1961, Denver, Denver, Colorado; bur. 29 Sept. 1961, Fairmount 
cemetery, Denver, Denver, Colorado; dau. of Barnard Joseph Stewart and 
Leonora Mousley Cannon. Harold and Madelyn had the following children: 

* 1. Elizabeth Silver, b. 4 May 1930, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 

md. 16 Mar. 1955, Robert Marion Clawson , Jr. 

* 2. Barnard Stewart Silver, b. 9 Mar. 1933, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. 12 Aug. 1963. Cherry Bushman. 

* 3. Judith Ann Silver, b. 4 July 1935, Denver, Denver, Colorado; md. 

7 June 1956, Wells Peter Poulsen, Jr. 
4. Brian Quayle Silver, b. 8 Sept. 1942, Denver, Denver, Colorado. 



ELIZABETH SILVER, dau. of Harold Fames Silver and Madelyn Cannon 
Stewart, was b. 4 May 1930, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 16 
Mar. 1955, ROBERT MARION CLAWSON, Jr., in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt 
Lake, Utah. He was b. 13 May 1932, Takoma Park, Montgomery and Prince 
Georges, Maryland; son of Robert Marion Clawson and Clara Partridge. 
Elizabeth and Robert had the following children: 

1. Kevin Harold Clawson, b. 8 May 1956, Landstuhl , Germany. 

2. Roxanne Clawson, b. 12 June 1958, Pueblo, Peublo , Colorado. 

3. Diana Clawson, b. 8 July I960, Denver, Denver, Colorado. 

4. Julianne Clawson, b. 25 Mar. 1962, Denver, Denver, Colorado. 

BARNARD STEWART SILVER, son of Harold Fames Silver and Madelyn 
Cannon Stewart, was b. 9 Mar. 1933, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
md. 12 Aug. 1963, CHERRY BUSHMAN, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 
Utah. She was b. 25 Feb. 1935, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. 
of Ted Bushman and Dorothy Lyman. 

JUDITH ANN SILVER, dau. of Harold Fames Silver and Madelyn Can- 
non Stewart, was b. 4 July 1935, Denver, Denver, Colorado; md. 7 June 
1956, WELLS PETER POULSEN, Jr., in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 



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Utah. He was b. 26 Feb. 1935, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son of 
Wells Peter Poulsen and Ruth Harris. Judith Ann and Wells Peter had 
the following children: 

1. Gregory Peter Poulsen, b. 5 Mar. 1957, Pensacola, Escambia, 
Florida. 

2. Elizabeth Ann Poulsen, b. 20 May 1958, San Diego, San Diego, 
California . 

3. Kristin Ruth Poulsen, b. 18 Oct. 1961, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 



EMILY CATHERINE SILVER, dau. of Joseph Askie Silver and Elizabeth 
Fames, was b. 31 Oct. 1902, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 7 
Sept. 1926, BYRON ARTHUR CHADWICK, at Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. He 
was b. 4 Feb. 1900, North Ogden, Weber, Utah; son of John Samuel Chad- 
wick and Charlotte Emily Godfrey. Emily and Byron had the following 
child : 

* 1. Nancy Marie Chadwick, b. 13 Sept. 1928, Painesville, Lake, Ohio; 
md. 5 Aug. 1949, Fred Joseph Ketcham. 



NANCY MARIE CHADWICK, dau. of Byron Arthur Chadwick and Emily 
Catherine Silver, was b. 13 Sept. 1928, Painesville, Lake, Ohio; md. 
5 Aug. 1949, FRED JOSEPH KETCHAM, at Willard, Box Elder, Utah. He was 
b. 16 Nov. 1927, Ogden, Weber, Utah; son of Frederick Joseph Ketcham 
and Thelma Hepworth. Nancy and Fred had the following children: 

1. Jean Marie Ketcham, b. 20 May 1950, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

2. William Arthur Ketcham, b. 22 June 1952, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

3. Thomas Dale Ketcham, b. 1 Oct. 1953, Oakland, Alameda, Calif. 

4. Victor John Ketcham, b. 22 Apr. 1958, Walnut Creek, Contra Costa, 
California. 



RICHARD FARNES SILVER, son of Joseph Askie Silver and Elizabeth 
Fames, was b. 1 Nov. 1904, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 31 
May 1939, ANNE CANNON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She 
was b. 30 Oct. 1911, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. of John 
Mousley Cannon and Zina Bennion. Richard and Anne had the following 
children : 

1. Richard Cannon Silver, b. 19 Apr. 1940, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake , Utah . 

2. Noel Cannon Silver, b. 7 Nov. 1944, Syracuse, Onondaga, New 
York; d. 7 June 1945; unmd. 

3. Mary Catherine Silver, b. 26 Jan. 1948, San Francisco, San Fran- 
cisco, California. 

4. Joan Elizabeth Silver, b. 22 June 1949, San Francisco, San Fran- 
cisco, California. 

5. Jonathan Cannon Silver, b. 12 Jan. 1953, Palo Alto, Santa Clara, 
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DAVID FARNES SILVER, son of Joseph Askie Silver and Elizabeth 
Fames, was b. 29 July 1912, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; d. 12 
Sept. 1963, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; bur. 16 Sept. 1963 
Memorial Gardens, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md . 3 July 1945 
SYLVIA ELLEN WOODHOUSE, at Oakland, Alameda, California. She was b. 
8 Jan. 1918, Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho; dau. of Wilford Woodruff 
Woodhouse and Laura Cook. David and Sylvia Ellen had the following 
child: 6 

1. Garold Jay Silver, b. 30 Dec. 1950, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 



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EMILY FARNES, dau. of Ebenezer Fames and Mary Catherine Bullock, 
was b. 10 Nov. 1873, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 26 Feb. 1902, GEORGE 
GIRDLESTONE SMITH, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 

Emily's mother died when she was only five years of age, leaving 
four little girls. "Aunty" her father's second wife raised the four 
girls to womanhood. Her father moved to Salt Lake City in about 1884. 
Emily attended the district schools of Salt Lake City until she en- 
tered the University of Deseret at the age of seventeen. She graduated 
in June 1893 from the three year Normal Department. Her class select- 
ed Emily to be the salutatorian. The graduation exercises were held 
in the old Salt Lake Theatre. 

Emily taught school for ten years in the Primary Grade in Salt 
Lake County and City. While teaching she was chosen to go to Chicago 
with a group of teachers to visit the schools. They attended a series 
of lectures given by the noted John Dewey. 

Emily left school teaching in 1902 to marry her boyhood friend, 
George Girdlestone Smith. They were married in the Salt Lake Temple. 
After their marriage they moved to Logan, Utah. After a few years 
they built a fine brick home in Logan. Here they raised and educated 
their three daughters. 

In 1935 she went to France to visit with her daughter and family, 
who were residing in Paris, France. Since her husband's death in 1950, 
she has lived with her daughter Roberta in Preston, Idaho. Emily has 
always been active in Church and civic affairs. She served as class 
leader and instructor in several Church organizations. For five years 
she was Supervisor of the womens work at the Cache County Fairs. She 
has always been an avid reader, and has done a great deal of needle 
work for herself and family. 

In 1943 Emily became a member of the Emeritus Club of the Univ- 
ersity of Utah. At the time of this writing she is ninety years of 
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GEORGE GIRDLESTONE SMITH, son of Ralph Smith and Emma Girdlestone, 
was b. 22 Nov. 1873, Logan, Cache, Utah; d. 18 May 1950, Preston, Fran- 
klin, Idaho; bur. 20 May 1950, Logan, Cache, Utah; md . 26 Feb. 1902 
EMILY FARNES, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 

George was born in the first all adobe house built in Logan. His 
father was one of the first pioneers to settle Cache Valley in the 
early 1850' s. His mother was a handcart pioneer when a young girl, 
burying her father and mother on the way to Utah. George grew up in 
Logan, working on his father's farm, and helping with his brothers 
in horse-breeding. They raised some of the finest draft horses in 
Utah. 

In 1898 George was ordained a Seventy, and called on a mission to 
the North Eastern States. He spent most of his twenty-seven months in 
Indiana. 

In 1902 he married his childhood friend, Emily Fames. They were 
married in the Salt Lake Temple. They made their home in Logan, and 
George started a transfer business. He hauled freight from the railroad 
depot to the merchants in town. This was before the roads were paved, 
and mud often nearly reached the hubs on his wagon. Through the years 
he always had good horses for work, riding, or driving. When the auto- 
mobile came into vogue, he replaced his wagons for trucks. As a hobby 
he raised and trained some of Utah's best trotters and pacers. He 
entered his horses and drove them in several races in the Western 
States . 

For ten years George was a mail messenger for the United States 
Post Office at Logan. He built a fine brick home, where he and his wife 
raised and educated three daughters. George was especially fond of his 
children, and did everything he could to help them progress. As George's 
health began to fail, he and his wife moved to Preston, Idaho, where 
they lived with their daughter Roberta. He died here on 18 May 1950, 
and was buried in the family plot in the Logan cemetery. 

Emily Farnes and George Girdlestone Smith had the following 
children: 

* 1. Marjorie Smith, b. 11 Sept. 1905, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 10 

Nov. 1930, Georges Rene Russier. 

* 2. Edith Doral Smith, b. 16 Apr. 1905, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 

1936-37, James Simpson Shaw. 

* 3. Roberta Smith, b. 8 Oct. 1913, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 20 June 

1934, Philip Leon West. 

MARJORIE SMITH, dau . of George Girdlestone Smith and Emily Farnes, 
was b. 11 Sept. 1903, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 10 Nov. 1930, GEORGES 
RENE RESSIER , at Angouleme, Charnete, France. He was b. 9 Mar. 1901, 
Sainte-Foy-la-Grande, Gironde , France; son of Anselme Russier and Marie 
Guepin. Marjorie and Georges Rene had the following child: 



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1. Gabrielle Marjorie Russier, b. 29 Apr. 1937, Paris, France; rad. 
8 Feb. 1958, Michel Rene Ernest Nogues. 



GABRIELLE MARJORIE RUSSIER, dau. of Georges Rene Russier and 
Marjorie Smith, was b. 29 Apr. 1937, Paris, France; md. 8 Feb. 1958, 
MICHEL RENE ERNEST NOGUES, at Paris, France. He was b. 25 Sept. 1931, 
Yvignac , Cotes-dur-Nord , France; son of Ernest Nogues and Marie Duval 
Gabrielle and Michel had the following children: 

1. Valerie Nogues (twin), b. 27 Nov. 1959, Casablanca, Morocco. 

2. Joel Nogues (twin), b. 27 Nov. 1959, Casablanca, Morocco. 



EDITH DORAL SMITH, dau. of George Girdlestone Smith and Emily 
Fames, was b. 16 Apr. 1905, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 1936-37, JAMES 
SIMPSON SHAW. He was b. 1900-01, in Ireland. Edith and James had the 
following child: (Div.) 

* 1. Jocelyn Emily Shaw, b. 23 Feb. 1939, Painesville, Lake, Ohio: 
md. 20 July 1959, Philip Vaughan Cloward. 



JOCELYN EMILY SHAW, dau. of James Simpson Shaw and Edith Doral 
Smith, was b. 23 Feb. 1939, Painesville, Lake, Ohio; md. 20 July 1959, 
PHILIP VAUGHAN CLOWARD, at Logan, Cache, Utah. He was b. 24 Mar. 1937, 
Payson, Utah, Utah; son of George Lamar Cloward and Anna Lou Tucker. 
Jocelyn and Philip had the following children: 

1. Brian Philip Cloward, b. 9 Apr. 1960, Fort Eustis, Warwick, Va. 

2. Leslie Ann Cloward, b. 4 July 1961, Richfield, Sevier, Utah. 



ROBERTA SMITH, dciu . of George Girdlestone Smith and Emily Fames, 
was b. 8 Oct. 1913, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 20 June 1934, PHILIP LEON 
WEST, in the Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. He was b. 17 June 1914, Logan, 
Cache, Utah; son of Ray Benedict West and Mary Selina Morrell. Roberta 
and Philip Leon had the following children: 

* 1. Sidney Karen West, b. 14 Mar. 1935, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 17 

Sept. 1956, Robert Eugene Bell. 
2. Patricia West, b. 20 Apr. 1940, Logan, Cache, Utah; d. 22 Apr. 
1940; unmd. 

* 3. George Philip West, b. 17 Apr. 1941, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 28 

Aor, 1963, Janet Tomasi. 

4. Ralph Fames West, b. 6 July 1944, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

5. Douglas Ray West, b. 5 Apr. 1955, Preston, Franklin, Idaho. 

SIDNEY KAREN WEST, dau. of Philip Leon West and Roberta Smith, was 
b. 14 Mar. 1935, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 17 Sept. 1956, ROBERT EUGENE 
BELL, at Logan, Cache, Utah. He was b. 11 Oct. 1934, Logan, Cache, Utah; 
son of Eugene F. Bell and Helen White. Sidney and Robert had the follow- 
ing children: 

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1. Stephen Robert Bell, b. 12 Sept. 1958, Preston, Franklin, Ida, 

2. Christopher West Bell, b. 11 Oct. 1961, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 



GEORGE PHILIP WEST, son of Philip Leon West and Robert Smith, 
was b. 17 Apr. 1941, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 28 Apr. 1963, JANET 
TOMASI, at Elko, Elko, Nevada. She was b. 10 July 1944, Preston, Fran- 
klin, Idaho; dau . of Eugene J. Tomasi and Rowene Archibald. 



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EDITH FARNES, dau. of Ebenezer Fames and Mary Catherine Bullock, 
was b. 14 Nov. 1876, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. 27 Sept. 1899, GEORGE 
HENRY BUDD, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 

Edith was left motherless at the age of nearly three, and she 
found great comfort and help from her three older sisters. Her golden 
curls and sunny disposition made her a favorite with the young and old 
where ever she went. As a child, she played in the waters of Great Salt 
Lake, where her father had a salt plant. She often rowed a boat far out 
on the water without any thought of the dangers surrounding her. 

As a young girl she taught Sunday School. In 1897 she became en- 
gaged to George Henry Budd , who soon after the engagement was called 
on a mission. They were married soon after his return in the Salt Lake 
Temple. They lived a short time in Logan, then moved to Raymond, Alberta 
Canada, where they lived for seven years. In 1909 Edith returned to Salt 
Lake City, Utah. 

Edith was particularly gifted in working with the youth, and de- 
voted many years to work in the Primary and Young Women's Mutual Improv- 
ement Association. She served in ward and stake organizations. Many 
girls came to her with their personal problems, when they could not go 
to their own mothers. For several years she was President of the Stake 
M.I. A. in both Pioneer and Granite Stakes. In 1927 Edith moved to 
Washington D.C. with her youngest daughter. Here she served as Presi- 
dent of the M.I. A. She returned to Utah in 1929. 

Edith has always been gifted in creative things, sewing, embroi- 
dering, gardening, painting, and writing. For almost twenty years of 
her later life she embroidered Temple aprons for the Temple clothing 
department. She received much joy of happiness in this work, and was 
highly praised for the beauty of her work. She has devoted much time 
and money in gathering genealogies of their families. 

GEORGE HENRY BUDD, son of George Budd and Sarah Jane Smith Turpin , 
was b. 15 Aug. 1877, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; d. 2 Sept. 1946, 
Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California; bur. 7 Sept. 1946, Salt Lake City 



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cemetery, Salt Lake , Utah; md. (1) 27 Sept. 1899, EDITH FARNES , in the 
Suit Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah; md. (2) 26 Sept. 1904, MARY JANE 
DUKE. 

George was reared in Salt Lake City. After joining the Church of 
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at the age of seventeen, he was called 
on a mission to England. After his return he married Edith Fames. They 
lived at Forest Dale in Salt Lake City for a short time after their mar- 
riage, where their first child was born. Soon after they moved to Summit 
County, Utah, where they operated a creamery. 

In 1902 their second child was born in Logan, Utah. When the child 
was just a few weeks old they moved to Raymond, Alberta, Canada. Here he 
helped to build a sugar factory, and later beciime the town clerk. He was 
elected mayor of Raymond for two terms. Three of their children were 
born in Canada. In 1909 his wife returned to Utah, while he remained in 
Canada to dispose of their property. 

George returned to Salt Lake City, where their youngest child was 
born, but died the same day. Later he moved to Los Angeles, California, 
Here he died in 1946, and his body was buried in the Salt Lake City 
cemetery. He spent considerable time in his later years and money in 
gathering genealogies of his family. 

Edith Fames and George Henry Budd had the following children: 

* 1. Edith Virginia Budd, b. 12 July 1900, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. 27 Sept. 1925, Andrew Thomas Jacobsen. 

* 2. Douglas Fames Budd, b. 1 May 1902, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. (1) 

12 Mar. 1925, Charlotte Hillstead; md. (2) 18 Nov. 1937, Delsa 
Vonae Greenhalgh. 

* 3. Catherine Fames Budd, b. 6 June 1904, Raymond, Alberta, Canada; 

md. 30 Aug. 1927, Claudius Young Gates. 
4. George Fames Budd, b. 12 Aug. 1907, Raymond, Alberta, Canada; d. 
26 May 1920; unmd. 

* 5. Farnese Budd, b. 15 July 1909, Raymond, Alberta, Canada; md. (1) 

9 July 1929, Paul Martin Baxter; md. (2) Edward Joseph Kennedy; 
md. (3) Dec. 1947, Earl Pearsall. 
6. Wallace Fames Budd, b. 11 Nov. 1918, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; d. 11 Nov. 1918; unmd. . 



EDITH VIRGINIA BUDD, dau . of George Henry Budd and Edith Fames, 
was b. 12 July 1900, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 27 Sept. 
1925, ANDREW THOMAS JACOBSEN, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
He was b. 11 Feb. 1898, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son of Andrew 
Jacobsen and Miriam Farmer. Edith and Andrew had the following children: 

* 1. Janice Virginia Jacobsen, b. 23 Nov. 1926, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah; md. 21 June 1948, Arthur Salzner Anderson. 

* 2. Shirlee Jacobsen, b. 3 Sept. 1929, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 

md. 18 Aug. 1950, James Karl Knell. 



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* 3. Owen Drew Jacobsen, b. 3 Nov. 1931, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 

md. 30 Aug. 1958, Joyce Whiteley. 

* 4. Carol Annette Jacobsen, b. 26 Oct. 1935, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. 14 July 1960, (Dr.) John Theodore Whetten. 

JANICE VIRGINIA JACOBSEN, dau . of Andrew Thomas Jacobsen and Edith 
Virginia Budd , was b. 23 Nov. 1926, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 
21 June 1948, ARTHUR SALZNER ANDERSON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt 
Lake, Utah. He was b. 17 Jan. 1923, Boise, Ada, Idaho; son of Howard 
Ballyntine Anderson and Mildred Salzner. Janice and Arthur had the fol- 
lowing children: 

1. Roger Bruce Anderson, b. 25 May 1949, Boise, Ada, Idaho. 

2. Gregory Anderson, b. 29 May 1951, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

3. Julie Janice Anderson, b. 4 July 1953, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

4. Lane Jacobsen Anderson, b. 3 Oct. 1956, Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah. 

5. Margaret Virginia Anderson, b. 19 Apr. 1960, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake , Utah. 

6. Heidi Gayle Anderson, b. 26 Mar. 1962, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

SHIRLEE JACOBSEN, dau. of Andrew Thomas Jacobsen and Edith Virginia 
Budd, was b. 3 Sept. 1929, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 18 Aug. 
1950, JAMES KARL KNELL, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He 
was b. 18 Aug. 1926, Cedar City, Iron, Utah; son of Joseph Karl Knell 
and Mary Smith. Shirlee and James had the following children: 

1. James Brent Knell, b. 26 Oct. 1951, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

2. Jeffrey Kent Knell, b. 28 July 1953, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

3. David Drew Knell, b. 22 Jan. 1956, Seattle, King, Washington. 

4. Carolyn Knell, b. 3 Jan. 1958, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

5. Mary Katherine Knell, b. 6 Nov. 1959, Salt Lake City, S a lt Lake, Ut . 

OWEN DREW JACOBSEN, son of Andrew Thomas Jacobsen and Edith Vir- 
ginia Budd, was b. 3 Nov. 1931, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 
30 Aug. 1958, JOYCE WHITELEY, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
She was b. 17 Apr. 1931, Oakley, Cassia, Idaho; dau. of Joseph Earl 
Whiteley and Amanda Elizabeth Beck. Owen and Joyce had the following 
children: 

1. Eliot Whiteley Jacobsen, b. 20 Feb. 1963, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake , Utah . 

CAROL ANNETTE JACOBSEN, dau. of Andrew Thomas Jacobsen and Edith 
Virginia Budd, was b. 26 Oct. 1935, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
md. 14 July 1960, (Dr.) JOHN THEODORE WHETTEN, in the Salt Lake Temple, 
Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 10 Apr. 1935, Storrs , Tolland, Conn.; son 
of Nathan Whetten and Theora Johnson. 



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DOUGLAS FARNES BUDD, son of George Henry Dudd and Edith Fames, 
was b. 1 May 1902, Logan, Cache, Utah; md. (1) 12 Mar. 1925, CHARLOTTE 
E. HILLSTEAD, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 7 
July 1903, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; dau . of Joseph Hillstead 
and Sarah Symons. Douglas F. and Charlotte E. had the following child- 
ren: (Div. ) 

* 1. Beverly Budd , b. 4 Sept. 1926, Washington, D.C. ; md. 31 July 

1947, Clyde Bills Hart. 

* 2. Carley Rae Budd, b. 16 May 1930, Berkeley, Alameda, California; 

md. 31 Aug. 1950, Sherbyn Harcourt Meredith. 

* 3. Richard Douglas Budd, b. 22 Apr. 1932, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. (1) 16 June 1953, Essie Jolene Miller; ind. (2) 6 June 
1960, Marial Paskett. 

Douglas Fames Budd md. (2) 18 Nov. 1937, DELSA VONAE GREENHALGH , 
at Pasadena, Los Angeles, California. She was b. 30 Mar. 1914, Santa- 
quin, Utah, Utah; dau. of Carl Daniel Greenhalgh and Olive LeBaron. 
Douglas F. and Delsa Vonae had the following children: 

1. Jerilyn Budd, b. 2 Mar. 1947, Pasadena, Los Angeles, California; 
d. 27 Oct. 1950; unrad. 

2. Robert Michael Budd, b. 14 Dec. 1951, Pasadena, Los Angeles, Calif, 

BEVERLY BUDD, dau. of Douglas Fames Budd and Charlotte E. Hill- 
stead, was b. 4 Sept. 1926, Washington, D.C; md. 31 July 1947, CLYDE 
BILLS HART, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 28 Apr. 1923, 
Soldier Summit, Wasatch, Utah; son of Clyde Jennings Hart and Norma 
Bills. Beverly and Clyde had the following children: 

1. Connie Hart, b. 17 Jan. 1950, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

2. Scott Richard Hart, b. 3 Mar. 1952, Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah. 

3. Jeffrey Alan Hart, b. 2 June 1961, Provo , Utah, Utah. 



CARLEY RAE BUDD, dau. of Douglas Fames Budd and Charlotte E. 
Hillstead; was b. 16 May 1930, Berkeley, Alameda, California; md. 31 
Aug. 1950, SHERBYN HARCOURT MEREDITH, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt 
Lake, Utah. He was b. 7 Feb. 1926, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
son of John Henry Meredith and Edna Henderson. Carley Rae and Sherbyn 
had the following children: 

1. Brent Richard Meredith, b. 19 Sept. 1953, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake , Utah. 

2. Karen Meredith, b. 26 Feb. 1955, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

3. Kathleen Meredith, b. 4 Feb. 1957, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

RICHARD DOUGLAS BUDD, son of Douglas Fames Budd and Charlotte 
E. Hillstead, was b. 22 Apr. 1932, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
md. (1) 16 June 1953, ESSIE JOLENE MILLER, in Pioche , Lincoln, Nev. 



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She was b. 10 Apr. 1936, Springville, Utah, Utah; dau. of Christian J. 
Miller and Blanche Stillson. Richard and Essie Jolene had the following 
children: (Div. ) 

1. Beverly Jeanette Budd , b. 9 June 1954, Pasadena, Los Angeles, 
Calif. 

2. Memorie Jolene Budd, b. 2 Oct. 1956, San Bernardino, San Bernar- 
dino, California. 

Richard Douglas Budd md. (2) 6 June 1960, MARIAL PASKETT , in the 
Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 19 May 1939, Oakley, 
Cassia, Idaho; dau. of Melvin 0. Paskett and Rellia Hale. Richard and 
Marial had the following children: 

1. Richard Douglas Budd, Jr., b. 25 June 1962, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake , Utah. 



CATHERINE FARNES BUDD, dau. of George Henry Budd and Edith Fames, 
was b. 6 June 1904, Raymond, Alberta, Canada; md . 30 Aug. 1927, CLAU- 
DIUS YOUNG GATES, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 
19 Mar. 1902, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son of Claudius W. Gates 
and Edith Lyle Young. Catherine and Claudius had the following children: 

* 1. Eleanor Louise Gates, b. 24 Apr. 1931, San Francisco, San Francisco, 

California; md. 15 Aug. 1951, Blair Rich Egli. 

* 2. Sylvia Patricia Gates, b. 17 May 1934, San Francisco, San Francisco, 

California; md. 27 Aug. 1955, William James Kent. 

ELEANOR LOUISE GATES, dau. of Claudius Young Gates and Catherine 
Fames Budd, was b. 24 Apr. 1931, San Francisco, San Francisco, Calif.; 
md. 15 Aug. 1951, BLAIR RICH EGLI, in San Francisco, San Francisco, 
California. He was b. 4 July 1925, Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho; son of 
Edward Lawrence Egli and Myrtle South. Eleanor Louise and Blair Rich 
had the following children: 

1. Stephen Gates Egli, b. 18 Mar. 1954, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

2. Claudia Lynn Egli, b. 20 July 1955, Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah. 

3. Susan Louise Egli, b. 15 Apr. 1959, Vallejo, Solano, California. 

SYLVIA PATRICIA GATES, dau. of Claudius Young Gates and Catherine 
Fames Budd, was b. 17 May 1934, San Francisco, San Francisco, Calif.; 
md. 27 Aug. 1955, WILLIAM JAMES KENT , in San Francisco, San Francisco, 
California. He was b. 15 Nov. 1929, Great Neck, Nassau, New York; son 
of Harry Shepard Kent and Dorothy Nugent 0' Sullivan. Sylvia and William 
had the following children: 

1. Kevin Young Kent, b. 9 Oct. 1956, Fresno, Fresno, California. 

2. Kathryn Marcia Kent, b. 18 Apr. 1958, Modesto, Stanislaus, Calif. 



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FARNESE BUDD, dau. of George Henry Budd and Edith Fames, was b. 
15 July 1909, Raymond, Alberta, Canada; d. 15 July 1956, Los Gatos, 
Santa Clara, California; bur. 19 or 20 July 1956, Los Angeles, Los 
Angeles, California; md. (1) 9 July 1929, PAUL MARTIN BAXTER, in Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 10 May 1905, Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake, Utah; son of Samuel Emerson Baxter and Lotta Paul. Farnese 
and Paul had the following child: (Div.) 

* 1. Barry Fames Baxter, b. 17 Apr. 1930, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; md. 22 June 1958, June Gail Bibb. 

Farnese Budd md. (2) Edward Joseph Kennedy; md. (3) Dec. 1947, 
Earl Pearsall. 



BARRY FARNES BAXTER, son of Paul Martin Baxter and Farnese Budd, 
was b. 17 Apr. 1930, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 22 June 1958, 
JUNE GAIL BIBB, at Menlo Park, San Mateo, California. She was b. 5 Aug. 
1936, Palo Alto, Santa Clara, California; dau. of William Merle Bibb 
and Marie Agnes Pazderka. Barry and June Gail had the following children: 

1. Lisa Marie Baxter, b. 7 Aug. 1960, San Jose, Santa Clara, Calif. 

2. Mathew Alan Baxter, b. 15 May 1962, San Jose, Santa Clara, Calif. 



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CHAPTER XII 



JAMES ORSON BULLOCK and 
MARTHA ELIZABETH BROWN family 

JAMES ORSON BULLOCK, son of James Bullock and Mary Hill, was b. 
2 Nov. 1849, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; d. 16 Feb. 1930, Pleas- 
ant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 20 Feb. 1930, Pleasant Grove cemetery, Utah, 
Utah; md. (1) 24 Mar. 1873, MARTHA ELIZABETH BROWN, in the Salt Lake 
Endowment House, Salt Lake, Utah; md. (2) 13 Nov. 1888, PAULINA ELIZA 
BROWN, in the Salt Lake Endowment House, Salt Lake, Utah (See CHAPTER 
XIII). 

Just a few months before James was one year of age his father 
died. When he was a small boy he herded cattle for Howard Spencer on 
the hills east of Salt Lake City. His education was limited, consisting 
of a few years of elementary school instruction, and one year at the 
Deseret University of those early pioneer years. When he was fifteen 
years of age he went to work for Daniel H. Wells. He hauled fire wood 
and timber from the nearby canyons. He helped to haul shingles for the 
Endowment House and for the Tabernacle. 

When his brother Alexander was called to go to Pleasant Grove, Utah, 
to operate the Daniel II. Wells farm, James went also after his mother 
died. Later when this farm was sold, James purchased property of his 
own. He was a successful farmer. He also imported Percheron Draft horses, 
raised and sold these. 

In Mar. 1873 he married Martha Elizabeth Brown, and to this couple 
were born nine children. In Nov. 1888 he married his wife's sister, 
Paulina Eliza Brown. They did not have any children. 

James was a Democrat in politics, and held many responsible posi- 
tions. On Aug. 5, 1878 he was elected Constable of Pleasant Grove and 
served until Feb. 14, 1881. On this date he was elected Alderman and 
ex-officis Justice of the Peace of Pleasant Grove. He succeeded himself 
in this office in Feb. 12, 1883. On July 18, 1883 he was appointed judge 
of the election for Pleasant Grove precinct. On Aug. 6, 1883 he was 
re-elected as Justice of the Peace. He held these offices until Nov. 7, 
1883 when he was elected Mayor of Pleasant Grove. On Dec. 1, 1884 he 
succeeded himself as judge of elections. He was elected as Selectman for 
Utah County on Nov. 6, 1894. On 5 Nov. 1895 he was re-elected as Mayor 
of Pleasant Grove; and on Nov. 3, 1896 he was elected County Commiss- 
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On July 3, 1897 Janes was appointed by Governor Heber M. Wells to 
supervise road and bridge building in Provo Canyon. On June 4, 1897 he 
was appointed as Representative of Pleasant Grove City to the Ninth Ses- 
sion of the Trans-Mississippi Commercial Congress. 

During the years of 1904 and 1905 he was called to serve as a mis- 
sionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He labored 
in the Eastern States Mission, largely in West Virginia. He was there 
only six months when one of his children died of appendicitis. It was a 
very trying time for James. While on his mission he served for six mon- 
ths as District President. He returned from his mission in Oct. 1905. 
Many of his loyal friends had his name on the ballot for Nov. 1905 elec- 
tion. He ran for the office of Mayor, and again was re-elected to this 
office. During this term the Pleasant Grove culinary water system was 
installed. 

In 1907 James was called to serve as High Councilman in the Alpine 
Stake of the Church. When the Timpanogos Stake was formed he served in 
this same position until his health failed. He was Chairman of the Gene- 
alogical Committee for Southern Utah for the Hill Family Organization. 

On Sept. 18, 1908 James was a delegate to the National Irrigation 
Congress at Ogden, Utah. In the Nov. election of 1918 he was elected 
Representative from Utah County, and served as a member of the 13th 
Session of the Legislature of the State of Utah. He served until 1920. 

James served his community and Church well. He died in 1930, at 
the age of eighty, and was buried in the Pleasant Grove cemetery. 

MARTHA ELIZABETH BROWN, dau . of John Brown and Elizabeth Crosby, 
was b. 15 Jan. 1851, Cottonwood, Salt Lake, Utah; d. 28 Feb. 1935, 
Pleasant Grove, Utah; bur. 4 Mar. 1935, Pleasant Grove cemetery, Utah, 
Utah; md. 24 Mar. 1873, JAMES ORSON BULLOCK, in the Salt Lake Endow- 
ment House, Salt Lake, Utah. 

Martha was born in Salt Lake Valley. Shortly afterwards her parents 
moved to Lehi , Utah, where she resided until thireen years of age. Her 
family then moved to Pleasant Grove, Utah. Martha received a limited 
pioneer education, and later attended a short time at the Timpanogos 
University at Provo. She was well trained by her mother to cook, sew, 
and to do the many household tasks. As a young girl she was employed 
by various families to assist with the household tasks. 

Martha married James Orson Bullock in the Salt Lake Endowment 
House by Daniel H. Wells, an uncle to her husband. This family was 
blessed with nine children, six of whom grew to maturity. 

Martha had a busy life, yet she had time to do good for others. 
She freely gave of her means and service, especially to the motherless. 
She was the proverbial helpmate to her busy husband. She wisely con- 
ducted the family affairs while her husband was on a two year mission. 
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of the beauty of art and nature, as attested by the fancy work in her 
home, and the prizes she won from her flowers. Martha revered her par- 
ents, and taught her family the same principles. She was loved and 
respected by all family and friends. 

James Orson Bullock and Martha Elizabeth Brown had the following 
children: 

* 1. Mary Elizabeth Bullock, b. 11 Feb. 1874, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 17 Feb. 1904, David Hyrum Goodyear. 

* 2. Emily Brown Bullock, b. 24 Mar. 1876, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 7 Oct. 1910, William Rae. 

* 3. Laura Bullock, b. 6 Oct. 1878, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 3 

June 1903, Freeman Royal Williams. 

* 4. James Orson Bullock, Jr., b. 31 May 1880, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 5 Dec. 1906, Margaret Elizabeth Armitstead. 

* 5. Martha Bullock, b. 28 Aug. 1883, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 

21 Apr. 1909, John Emer Wadley. 

6. John Brown Bullock, b. 2 Feb. 1887, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
d. 25 July 1887; unmd. 

7. son Bullock, b. 2 Feb. 1887, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 2 
Feb. 1887; unmd. 

* 8. Jennett Bullock, b. 11 Oct. 1889, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 

23 Feb. 1916, Joseph Soren Mills. 
9. Susan Bullock, b. 19 Jan. 1891, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 
3 June 1904; unmd. 

MARY ELIZABETH BULLOCK, dau . of James Orson Bullock and Martha 
Elizabeth Brown, was b. 11 Feb. 1874, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 
17 Feb. 1904, HYRUM DAVID GOODYEAR, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 
Utah. 

Mary was born and reared in Pleasant Grove, Utah. She received a 
limited pioneer education, and was schooled in the art of homemaking 
by her mother. On 17 Feb. 1904 she married Hyrum David Goodyear in 
the Salt Lake Temple. They were the parents of four children. 

Mary was a graduate of the Brigham Young Academy at Provo , Utah. 
Before her marriage she taught school, the kindergarten, in Pleasant 
Grove, Utah. After her family was grown she went to work as a caterer 
at the United Grocery, where she remained for ten years. For sixteen 
years she was employed in the kitchen at the Z.C.M.I. Tiffon Room. 

At the time of this writing Mary is in her ninetieth year, and 
is very much active and alert. 

HYRUM DAVID GOODYEAR, son of Hyrum Goodyear and Eliza Jane Rogers, 
was b. 9 Sept. 1870, Farmington, Davis, Utah; d. 20 Sept. 1950, Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake , Utah; bur. 23 Sept. 1950, Salt Lake cemetery, 



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Salt Lake, Utah; md. 17 Feb. 1904, MARY ELIZABETH BULLOCK, in the Salt 
Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 

Hyrum David was of pioneer stock, his parents emigrated from Can- 
ada to the Great Salt Lake Valley. They settled in the Farmington area. 
As a young man he was employed at the Z.C.M.I. shoe factory. In 1898 he 
was called on a two and one-half year mission to England. On his return 
in 1900 he was again employed by the Z.C.M.I., where he remained a loy- 
al employee until the factory closed after World War I. 

Hyrum David married Mary Elizabeth Bullock in 1904 in the Salt Lake 
Temple. In 1911 he built a fine home at 1396 Denver Street in Salt Lake 
City, where the family has always resided since that time. Hyrum David 
was employed in 1920 by the Bennett Paint and Glass Company, and remain- 
ed here until his retirement in 1940 at the age of seventy. He died ten 
years later in 1950, and was buried at the Salt Lake City cemetery, at 
the age of eighty years. 

Mary Elizabeth Bullock and Hyrum David Goodyear had the following 
children : 

* 1. Laura Bullock Goodyear, b. 15 Aug. 1905, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake , 

Utah; md. (1) 19 Sept. 1925, Denton D. Edwards; rad . (2) 22 Jan. 
1940, Ernest G. Hout . 

* 2. Lucille Bullock Goodyear, b. 29 Jan. 1907, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah; md . 21 Jan. 1931, Raymond Conway Baker. 

* 3. Earl Bullock Goodyear, b. 15 Jan. 1910, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. 16 May 1934, Esther Lillian Carlson. 

* 4. Orson Bullock Goodyear, b. 1 Sept. 1912, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. 26 Aug. 1938, Leila Shepherd Leetham. 

LAURA BULLOCK GOODYEAR, dau, of Hyrum David Goodyear and Mary Eliz- 
abeth Bullock, was b. 15 Aug. 1905, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md . 
(1) 19 Sept. 1925, DENTON D. EDWARDS , at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah. He was b. 19 Mar. 1905, Richfield, Sevier, Utah; d. 17 Jan. 1951, 
San Francisco, San Francisco, California; bur. 22 Jan. 1951, Manti, 
Sanpete . Utah; son of James P. Edwards and Louisa Jane Lowry . Laura and 
Denton had no children. (Div.) 

Laura md. (2) 22 Jar. 1940, ERNEST G. HOUT, in Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah. He was b. 27 July 1905, Des Moines, Polk, Iowa; son of How- 
ard Hout and Daisy Helen Briggs. Laura and Ernest had no children. 

LUCILLE BULLOCK GOODYEAR, dau . of Hyrum David Goodyear and >'ary 
Elizabeth Bullock, was b. 29 Jan. 1907, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; md. 21 Jan. 1931, RAYMOND CONWAY BAKER, in New York City, New 
York. He was b. 24 July 1905, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 
son of Alexander Baker and Lillian Moore. Lucille and Raymond Conway 
had the following children: 

* 1. Raymond Conway Baker, Jr., b. 24 July 1932, Philadelphia, Phila- 

dephia, Pennsylvania; md. 12 Dec. 1960, Shirley Jean Wilson. 

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* 2. LuRae Constance Baker, b. 31 Dec. 1937, New York City, New York; 
md. 1 Sept. 1958, Ronald Wayne Williams. 
3. Bruce Barry Baker, b. 6 Nov. 1945, Boston, Suffolk, Mass. 

RAYMOND CONWAY BAKER, Jr. , son of Raymond Conway Baker and Lucille 
Bullock Goodyear, was b. 24 July 1932, Philadephia, Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania; md. 12 Dec. 1960, SHIRLEY JEAN WILSON, at Baltimore, Balti- 
more, Maryland. She was b. 18 Oct. 1937, Point Barion, Fayette, Penn- 
sylvania; dau . of Ernest Newton Wilson and Isa Dora Tarr. Raymond and 
Shirley Jean had the following children: 

1. Raymond Conway Baker, III, b. 24 Sept. 1961, LeGrange , Troup, Ga. 

2. Hyrum Alexander Baker, b. 11 Aug. 1963, LaGrange , Troup, Georgia; 
d. 25 Oct. 1963; unmd. 

LURAE CONSTANCE BAKER, dau. of Raymond Conway Baker and Lucille 
Bullock Goodyear, was b. 31 Dec. 1937, New York City, New York; md. 
1 Sept. 1958, RONALD WAYNE WILLIAMS, at Yonkers , Westchester, New York. 
He was b. 27 Aug. 1936, Danville, Virginia; son of Ebb Harry Williams, 
Jr., and Lillian Estelle Shuping. LuRae and Ronald Wayne had the fol- 
lowing children: 

1. Ronald Wayne Williams, Jr., b. 11 Mar. 1960, Danville, Virginia. 

2. Mark Timothy Williams, b. 3 Oct. 1962, Danville, Virginia. 



EARL BULLOCK GOODYEAR, son of Hyrura David Goodyear and Mary Eliza- 
beth Bullock, was b. 15 Jan. 1910, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md . 
16 May 1934, ESTHER LILLIAN CARLSON, at Coalville, Summit, Utah. She 
was b. 23 Nov. 1911, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; dau. of Carl Ed- 
ward Carlson and Ester Lydia Hulterstrom. Earl and Esther Lillian had 
the following children: 

1. Earl Goodyear, b. 27 Jan. 1935, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
d. 28 Jan. 1935; unmd. 
* 2. Louise Marie Goodyear, b. 19 July 1940, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; md. 30 July 1959, William Ronald Pearce. 

3. Linae Lee Goodyear, b. 20 June 1945, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah. 

4. Duane Dee Goodyear, b. 18 Aug. 1949, Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah. 

LOUISE MARIE GOODYEAR, dau. of Earl Bullock Goodyear and Esther 
Lillian Carlson, was b. 19 July 1940, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
md. 30 July 1959, WILLIAM RONALD PEARCE, at Sandy, Salt Lake, Utah. He 
was b. 27 May 1940, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son of J Ronald 
Pearce and Edith Berneice Barber. Louise Marie and William Ronald had 
the following children: 

1. Anthony William Pearce, b. 10 Nov. 1961, Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah, 

2. Troy Ronald Pearce, b. 13 Oct. 1962, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
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k ,? B , ULL0CK G00DYEAR > so " ^ Hyrum David Goodyear and Mary Eliz- 
abeth Bullock was b 1 Sept. 1912, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; d. 
6 Sept. 1959, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; bur. 9 Sept. 1959, Salt 
Lake cemetery, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 26 Aug. 1938, LEILA SHEPPARD LEE- 
THAM, xn the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She was b. 23 Mar. ,1914, 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; dau . of James Golden Leetham and Jose- 
phine Sheppard. Orson and Leila had the following children: 

1. Linda Goodyear, b. 5 Aug. 1941, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

2. James Orson Goodyear, b. 9 June 1947, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 
Utah. J 



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EMILY BROWN BULLOCK, dau. of James Orson Bullock and Martha Eliza- 
beth Brown, was b. 24 Mar. 1876, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 28 Aug. 
1960, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 31 Aug. 1960, Pleasant Grove cem- 
etery, Utah, Utah; md. 7 Oct. 1910, WILLIAM RAE, at Provo , Utah, Utah. 

Emily was born on Locust Avenue in Pleasant Grove, where she spent 
most of her life. She was quite ill as an infant, and required consid- 
erable care. She attended the schools at Pleasant Grove, and completed 
the Fifth Reader. At home she learned to help with the housework and 
with the farm work. When Emily was twenty years of age she attended the 
Brigham Young Academy for a short period of time. 

As a young lady she went to Provo to care for a relative. While 
working in Provo she met William Rae. They courted, and were married in 
Provo in 1910. Shortly afterward they moved to California, and resided 
at Los Angeles, where herhusband worked as a street car conductor. In 
1918 her husband suddenly took ill and died of influenza. This was a 
great shock to Emily, who sorrowed for some time afterwards. She re- 
turned to her parents home on Locust Avenue. She helped to care for her 
parents in their declining years, and stayed faithfully by their side 
until their deaths. 

Because Emily had no children of her own, she devoted much of her 
time to others. Her sister became bedfast, and was brought to Emily for 
care. Emily nursed her sister for seventeen years, until she died in 
1943. When Emily's brother, James Orson Bullock, Jr. and wife both 
died, their sixteen year old son, Kayle , came to live with his Aunt 
Emily o Emily loved and treated him as her own son. Kayle remained with 
her until he married. 

Emily loved all children and was friendly with all that came to 
her place. She would joke with the children, and usually gave them a 
cookie, goodie, or an apple. In 1954 she sold her property to the 
Pleasant Grove School District as part of the site for the new high 
school. She had a new brick home built upon her sister Jennett's 
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Emily was a faithful member of the Church, and at one time served 
as a Counselor in the Young Women's Mutual Improvement Association. She 
was a visiting teacher in the Relief Society for many years, and served 
until she could not walk the distance around her district. Emily was a 
member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers from the beginning of this 
organization in Pleasant Grove, Utah. 

Emily died in August 1960. She lived a full life, a life of service 
and devotion to others. She was always jolly and kind to all; she had a 
smile for everyone. 

WILLIAM RAE, son of William Comming Rae and Elizabeth Stewart, was 
b. 4 Apr. 1876, American Fork, Utah, Utah; d. 20 Dec. 1918, Los Angeles, 
Los Angeles, California; bur. 26 Dec. 1918, Pleasant Grove cemetery, 
Utah, Utah; md. 7 Oct. 1910, EMILY BROWN BULLOCK, at Provo , Utah, Utah. 

William was the oldest of four children. His mother died when he 
was a child. He was reared by Myron Newell, and spent his youth working 
of a farm in Vineyard, Utah. He received a limited education, and atten- 
ded the Brigham Young Academy for a short time. 

When William was of age he joined the Spanish American War, and 
served as a private. Upon his return home he went to Los Angeles, Cal- 
ifornia where he worked as a street car conductor. He married Emily 
Brown Bullock at Provo, Utah, and was later sealed in the Salt Lake 
Temple. In 1918 William suddenly took ill with influenza and soon died. 
He was buried at Pleasant Grove, Utah. 

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LAURA BULLOCK, dau . of James Orson Bullock and Martha Elizabeth 
Brown, was b. 6 Oct. 1878, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 25 Jan. 
1943, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 28 Jan. 1943, Pleasant Grove 
cemetery, Utah, Utah; md. 3 June 1903, FREEMAN ROYAL WILLIAMS, in the 
Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 

Laura received all the education that she could in the Pleasant 
Grove schools. She had a great desire for learning, and loved to read, 
Laura had raven black hair, blue eyes, fair skin, a gay wit, and was 
easily aroused to laughter, all of which made her attractive to every- 
one she met. After graduation from the Pleasant Grove schouls, she 
attended the University of Deseret at Salt Lake City. She graduated 
with a normal degree, and taught school in Salt Lake City. 

While teaching in Salt Lake City she met Freeman Royal Williams. 
The two fun loving, vivacious young people fell in love, and were mar- 
ried in the Salt Lake Temple in 1903. They were the parents of three 
children. 

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Laura and her husband had a happy family, and they instilled in 
their children a love for learning, tolerance, and affection for others. 
Laura was a kind and generous neighbor and friend. She was a loyal worker 
in the Church. She served in the Mutual and Relief Society in her Ward, 
and as a General Board Member. She also spent several years as a genea- 
logical research librarian, until her health caused her to become an 
invalid. The last seventeen years of her life she lived with her sister 
Emily in Pleasant Grove, Utah, who cared for her. In those years of en- 
forced idleness her faith and courage were an inspiration to the family. 
Laura died in 1943 and was buried at Pleasant Grove, Utah. 

FREEMAN ROYAL WILLIAMS, son of William Freeman Williams and Mary 
McCallister, was b. 29 Apr., 1878, Bluff dale , Salt Lake, Utah; d. 23 May 
1952, St. George, Washington, Utah; bur. 26 May 1952, St. George ceme- 
tery, Washington, Utah; md. (1) 3 June 1903, LAURA BULLOCK, in the Salt 
Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah; md. (2) 16 Apr. 1943, Charlotte Anne Ren- 
cher. 

Freeman Royal spent part of his early life on the ranches of his 
father, and herding sheep on the summer ranges. This period of his life 
he spent in Idaho; when he reached high school age his parents moved to 
Salt Lake City. He attended the Latter Day Saint Business College where 
he completed a full business course. He then became a secretary in the 
ZCMI wholesale grocery department. 

About this time he met Laura Bullock, whom he courted, and later 
they were married in the Salt Lake Temple. Roy was a great lover of 
sports, and was an outstanding baseball player on the ZCMI team for many 
years. He was very popular in the young groups of the church and com- 
munity. He was an excellent dancer. He also took part in many drama 
productions, and on one occasion took a part in the old Salt Lake Thea- 
tre. His interest in drama in the Mutual Improvement Association was 
continued most of his life, and he directed many successful plays. 

Early in his life Freeman Royal was a member of the National Guard, 
and was with a Cavalry Unit that spent nine months on the Mexican bor- 
der when Pancho Villa was troublesome. Before this unit was disbanded 
the United States was at wat with Germany in World War I. He was inducted 
into the 145th Field Artillery where he served as a Captain, ans was in 
France for more than six months. He was later a Major, and then Lt . 
Colonel in the army reserve the rest of his life. 

When his wife died in 1943, he remarried and moved to St. George, 
Utah. He was President of the Rotary Club, served as a City Commissioner, 
President of the Chamber of Commerce, Republican County Chairman, Amer- 
ican Legion Commander, and on the Board of City Beautif ication of St. 
George. He also was active in many Church duties, and was an every loyal 
and helpful friend to all. He died in May 1952 as he was building a swing 
for one of his grandchildren. He was buried in the St. George cemetery, 
Washington, Utah. 



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Freeman Royal Williams 



Laura Bullock 





Edna B. 




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Ralph Benjamin 



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Laura Bullock and Freeman Koyal Williams had the following child- 
ren: 

* 1. Edna Bullock Williams, b. 12 Apr. 1904, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. 5 Oct. 1927, Melvin Richard Hoagland . 

* 2. Freeman Royal Williams, Jr., b. 17 Oct. 1908, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah; md. 26 Aug. 1932, Vonda Larsena Olsen. 

* 3. Ralph Benjamin Williams, b. 19 Aug. 1910, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. 16 Aug. 1933, lone Esther Fallentine. 

EDNA BULLOCK WILLIAMS, dau . of Freeman Royal Williams and Laura 
Bullock, was b. 12 Apr. 1904, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md . 5 
Oct. 1927, MELVIN RICHARD HOAGLAND, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 
He was b. 29 Apr. 1903, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son of Clarence 
A. Hoagland and Christine Fletcher. Edna and Melvin had the following 
children: 

* 1. Melvin Richard Hoagland, Jr., b. 23 July 1928, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah; md. 11 Mar, 1951, Joan Preston. 

* 2. John Michael Hoagland, b. 1 Aug. 1935, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. 22 Apr. 1954, Diana Jean Berbower. 

MELVIN RICHARD HOAGLAND, Jr., son of Melvin Richard Hoagland and 
Edna Bullock Williams, was b. 23 July 1928, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; md. 9 Aug. 1952, JOAN PRESTON, at Scotia, Schenectady, New York. 
She was b. 23 Feb. 1928, Fall River, Bristol, Mass.; dau. of William 
John Preston and Hilda Palme. Melvin and Joan had the following children: 

1. Melvin Richard Hoagland, III, b. 10 Oct. 1956, Enid, Garfield, 
Oklahoma . 

2. William Michael Hoagland, b. 21 July 1958, Glen Cove, Nassau, New 
York. 



JOHN MICHAEL HOAGLAND, son of Melvin Richard Hoagland and Edna 
Bullock Williams, was b. 1 Aug. 1935, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; 
md. 22 Apr. 1954, DIANA JEAN BERBOWER, at Malad, Oneida, Idaho. She was 
b. 16 Apr. 1936, Long Beach, Los Angeles, California; dau. of Frederick 
George Berbower and Jean Louise Watson. John and Diana had the following 
children : 

1. Jean Michelle Hoagland, b. 2 Jan. 1955, Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah. 

2. Deborah Sue Hoagland, b. 21 Mar. 1956, Salt Lake City, S.L. , Utah. 

3. John Michael Hoagland, Jr., b. 3 May 1958, Freeport , Brazoria, Texas. 

4. Leslie Karen Hoagland, b. 3 June 1960, Sacramento, Sacramento, Calif. 

FREEMAN ROYAL WILLIAMS, Jr., son of Freeman Royal Williams and Laura 
Bullock, was b. 17 Oct. 1908, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md. 26 Aug. 
1932, VONDA LARSENA OLSEN, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. She 
was b. 22 Apr. 1911, Monroe, Sevier, Utah; dau. of Oluf Hilmer Olsen and 
Jemina Dorthea Sorenson. Freeman and Vonda had the following children: 



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* 1. (Dr.) Donald Freeman Williams, b. 4 Oct. 1934, Butte, Silver Bow 

Montana; rad. 17 Aug. 1957, Barbara Jolene Reinhardt. 

* 2. (Dr.) Gordon Harold Williams, b. 23 May 1937, Denver, Denver, 

Colorado; md. 12 June 1963, Dorrell Deen Ward. 

* 3. Laura Joyce Williams, b. 16 Dec. 1938, Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska: 

md. 23 June 1959, William Peter Midgley. 

(Dr.) DONALD FREEMAN WILLIAMS, son of Freeman Royal Williams, Jr. 
and Vonda Larsena Olsen, was b. 4 Oct. 1934, Butte, Silver Bow, Mon- 
tana; md. 17 Aug. 1957, BARBARA JOLENE REINHARDT, at Prairie Village, 
Johnson, Kansas. She was b. 2 May 1937, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri; 
dau. of Leslie Philip Reinhardt and Ada Viola Steinbrook. Donald and 
Barbara had the following children: 

1. Scot Freeman Williams, b. 24 Apr. 1960, Prince's Lambeth, London, 
England . 

2. Bret Courtney Williams, b. 22 Jan. 1962, Baltimore, Baltimore, Md . 

3. Leslie Jolene Williams, b. 23 Nov. 1963, Vandenberg Air Force Base, 
Santa Barbara, California. 

(Dr.) GORDON HAROLD WILLIAMS, son of Freeman Royal Williams, Jr. 
and Vonda Larsena Olsen, was b. 23 May 1937, Denver, Denver, Colorado; 
md. 12 June 1963, DORRELL DEEN WARD, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 
Utah. She was b. 4 Aug. 1943, Chicago, Cook, Illinois; dau. of Sylvan 
Donald Ward and Beatrie Dorrell Stackhouse. 



LAURA JOYCE WILLIAMS, dau. of Freeman Royal Williams, Jr. and 
Vonda Larsena Olsen, was b. 16 Dec. 1938, Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska; md . 
23 June 1959, WILLIAM PETER MIDGLEY, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 
He was b. 8 May 1937, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri; son of Kenneth 
Eardley Midgley and Ingaborg Nelani Williamson. Laura Joyce and William 
Peter had the following children: 

1. Gregory Peter Midgley, b. 18 May 1961, Kansas City, Jackson, Mo. 

2. Gordon Allen Midgley, b. 27 Feb- 1963, Merriam, Johnson, Kansas. 



RALPH BENJAMIN WILLIAMS, son of Freeman Royal Williams and Laura 
Bullock, was b. 19 Aug. 1910, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; md . 16 
Aug. 1933, IONE ESTHER FALLENTINE, in Tooele, Tooele, Utah. She was b. 
20 June 1913, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; dau of Carl Everett 
Fallentine and Esther Caroline Johnson. Ralph and lone had the follow- 
ing children: 

* 1. Constance Williams, b. 24 July 1934, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah; md. 2 Mar. 1959, Henry Alan Johnson. 

2: Katherine Williams, b. 14 May 1947, Juneau, 1st Judical Division, 
Alaska . 



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CONSTANCE WILLIAMS, dau . of Ralph Benjamin Williams and lone 
Esther Fallentine, was b. 24 July 1934, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah; md. 2 Mar. 1959, HENRY ALAN JOHNSON, at Coeur d'Alene, Kootenai, 
Idaho. He was b. 28 July 1932, Seattle, King, Washington; son of Henry 
Albin Johnson and Iola Hood. Constance and Henry had the following chil- 
dren: 

1. Craig Steven Johnson, b. 20 May 1960, Seattle, King, Washington. 



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JAMES ORSON BULLOCK, Jr., son of James Orson Bullock and Martha 
Elizabeth Brown, was b. 31 May 1880, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 4 
May 1935, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 7 May 1935, Pleasant Grove, 
Utah, Utah; md. 5 Dec. 1906, MARGARET ELIZABETH ARMITSTEAD, in the Salt 
Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 

James Orson attended the public school in Pleasant Grove. He also 
attended the Latter Day Saint Business College in Salt Lake City, and 
Brigham Young Academy at Provo , Utah. 

His boyhood was busy helping his father on the farm. He was the 
only son who lived to maturity. He and his father were well known for 
their horse breeding. They traveled most of the State of Utah to ex- 
hibit their fine horses. As a young man James Orson had much of the farm 
responsibility because his father was busy in the Church and civic aff- 
airs. 

In 1906 he married Margaret Elizabeth Armitstead in the Salt Lake 
Temple. They were the parents of six children, three of which grew to 
maturity. James Orson was a farmer and a sheep rancher. He always took 
great pride in the fine horses he owned. His health began to fail him, 
and he was sick for almost a year before he passed away at the family 
home in Pleasiint Grove in 1935. 



MARGARET ELIZABETH ARMITSTEAD, dau. of William Henry Armitstead 
and Mary Elizabeth Harper, was b. 25 Aug. 1881, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 
Utah; d. 22 Jan. 1941, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 25 Jan. 1941, 
Pleasant Grove cemetery, Utah, Utah; md. 5 Dec. 1906, JAMES ORSON 
BULLOCK, Jr., in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 

Margaret Elizabeth was reared in Pleasant Grove, Utah, where she 
received a limited education in the local school. As a young girl she 
took active part in the Ward, and for several years was a member of 
the Ward Choir. At the age of nineteen she was a teacher in the Sunday 
School and Primary. 

She married James Orson Bullock, Jr. in 1906 in the Salt Lake Temple, 
They were the parents of six children. Her husband and two daughters, and 
a son preceded her in death. In the Spring of 1914 the family moved to 



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the Manila Ward, north of Pleasant Grove, where they resided for seven 
years. In 1921 they returned to Pleasant Grove. 

Margaret Elizabeth was an untiring Church worker. She was a teacher 
m the Primary and Sunday School of the Manila Ward, She served as the 
President of the First Ward Young Women's Mutual Improvement Association 
She was President of the Relief Society for fourteen years, and during 
this time everyone learned to love her. After her release she was appoin- 
ted a member of the Timpanogos Stake Relief Society Board, and in charge 
of burial clothes. For several years she had heart trouble, but served 
in her Stake position for seven years in spite of sickness and troubles. 

Margaret Elizabeth passed away at the home of her sister on 22 Jan. 
1941. She closed a beautiful life, unselfish, full of concern for the 
welfare of others, untiring in her efforts to meet every duty and res- 
ponsibility. Her fine example is an inspiration to all and an example 
for her family to emulate. 

James Orson Bullock and Margaret Elizabeth Armitstead had the 
following children: 

1. Vera Bullock, b. 13 Dec. 1907, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 
13 Dec. 1907; unmd. 

* 2. Orson Dean Bullock, b. 22 Mar. 1910, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah, 

md. (1) 25 Dec. 1936, Harriet Regina Immisch; md. (2) 23 May 1958, 
Norma Sutton. 

* 3. James Orval Bullock, b. 21 Sept. 1913, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 24 Mar. 1937, Margaret Leah Bezzant. 

4. Elizabeth Bullock, b. 5 May 1918, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah, d. 
19 May 1928; unmd. 

5. William Bullock, b. 5 Jan. 1921, Pleasant Grove, Utah ; Utah; d. 
5 Jan. 1921; unmd. 

* 6. Kayle Armitstead Bullock, b. 12 Mar. 1924, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

Utah; md. 12 May 1943, Cleone Beck. 



ORSON DEAN BULLOCK, son of James Orson Bullock, Jr. and Margaret 
Elizabeth Armitstead, was b. 22 Mar. 1910, Pleasant Grove. Utah, Utah; 
md. (1) 25 Dec. 1936, HARRIET REGINA IMMISCH, at Provo , Utah, Utah. 
She was b. 14 Jan. 1912, Miles City, Custer, Montana; d. 13 Apr. 1956, 
Provo, Utah, Utah; bur. 17 Apr. 1956, Provo cemetery, Utah, Utah; dau . 
of Henry Albert Immisch and Hattie Suepke. Orson Dean and Harriet had 
the following child; 

1. Michael Stephen Bullock, b. 10 Mar. 1947, Provo , Utah, Utah. 

Orson Dean md. (2) 23 May 1958, NORMA SUTTON, at Las Vegas, Clark, 
Nevada. She was b. 23 Jan. 1914, Provo, Utah, Utah; dau. of Bert Albert 
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JAMES ORVAL BULLOCK, son of Janes Orson Bullock, Jr. and Margaret 
Elizabeth Armitstead , was b. 21 Sept. 1913, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 
md. 24 Mar. 1937, MARGARET LEAH BEZZANT , in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt 
Lake, Utah. She was b. 19 Sept. 1917, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; dau . 
of Albert Bezzant and Martha Ruth Adams. James Orval and Margaret Leah 
had the following children: 

* 1. Carol Ann Bullock, b. 27 Sept. 1939, American Fork, Utah, Utah; 
md. 17 June 1957, Keith A. Henrichsen. 
2. Bonnie Bullock, b. 5 Oct. 1949, Provo , Utah, Utah. 



CAROL ANN BULLOCK, dau. of James Orval Bullock and Margaret Leah 
Bezzant, was b. 27 Sept. 1939, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 17 June 
1957, KEITH A. HENRICHSEN, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. 
He was b. 15 Oct. 1936, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; son of Arnold 
George Henrichsen and Mabel Barnes. Carol Ann and Keith had the fol- 
lowing children: 

1. Lesa Carol Henrichsen, b. 26 Sept. 1959, Logan, Cache, Utah. 

2. Michelle Henrichsen, b. 2 Mar. 1961, Logan, Cache, Utah. 



KAYLE ARMITSTEAD BULLOCK, son of James Orson Bullock, Jr. and Mar- 
garet Elizabeth Armitstead, was b. 12 Mar. 1924, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 
Utah; md. 12 May 1943, CLEONE BECK, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, 
Utah. She was b. 28 Feb. 1925, Kirtland , King, Washington; dau. of Owen 
V. Beck and Maud Cox. Kayle and Cleone had the following children: 

* 1. Sharlene Bullock, b. 10 Apr. 1944, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md. 
24 Aug. 1962, Thomas James Trinnaraan. 

2. Darrell Kayle Bullock, b. 25 June 1945, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Margaret Bullock, b. 22 Sept. 1955, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

4. Janeen Bullock, b. 16 Oct. 1959, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



SHARLENE BULLOCK, dau. of Kayle Armitstead Bullock and Cleone Beck, 
was b. 10 Apr. 1944, American Fork, Utah, Utah; md . 24 Aug. 1962, THOMAS 
JAMES TRINNAMAN, at Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah. He was b. 27 Oct. 1941, 
Price, Carbon, Utah; son of Homer James Trinnaman and Francis Duffield 
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Brown, was b. 28 Aug. 1883, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 21 Apr. 
1909, JOHN EMER WADLEY, at Provo, Utah, Utah. 

Martha was reared in Pleasant Grove, where she received a limited 
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member of the first graduating class from the Latter Day Saint Hospital 
in 1908. She did public nursing for the Metropolitan Life Insurance 
Company in Salt Lake City and Ogden until 1928. She had charge of the 
hospital for the State Deaf and Blind School in Ogden until her retire- 
ment on 1 Jan. 1946. Since her retirment she has lived with her dau- 
ghter Gertrude and family in Phoenix, Arizona. 

JOHN EMER WADLEY, son of William Wadley and Isabella McKay, was b. 
21 Mar. 1881, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; d. 17 Dec. 1919, Pleasant 
Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 20 Dec, 1919, Pleasant Grove cemetery, Utah, 
Utah; md. 21 Apr. 1909, MARTHA BULLOCK, at Provo , Utah, Utah. 

John Emer was reared in Pleasant Grove, where he obtained a limited 
education. In his youth he assisted on the farm and worked in the Wadley 
Clay Pit. He met and married Martha Bullock at Provo, Utah. They were 
the parents of two daughters. After being married for only ten years he 
was killed by a cave-in in the Wadley Clay Pit. He was buried in the 
Pleasant Grove cemetery. John Emer was engaged in farming and ranching, 
as well as working in the clay pit. 

Martha Bullock and John Emer Wadley had the following children: 

* 1. Gertrude Wadley, b. 12 Apr. 1912, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 
23 May 1940, Alton Ladd Gardner. 
2. Isabelle Wadley, b. 19 Dec. 1913, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah. 



GERTRUDE WADLEY, dau . of John Emer Wadley and Martha Bullock, was 
b. 12 Apr. 1912, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 23 May 1940, ALTON 
LADD GARDNER, at Milton, Santa Rosa, Florida. He was b. 27 Jan. 1916, 
Delta, Millard, Utah; son of William Nelson Gardner and Alice Laura 
Iverson. Gertrude and Alton had the following children: 

* 1. Daryl Lee Gardner, b. 31 Mar. 1942, Brookline , Norfolk, Mass.; md. 
3 June 1961, Richard John Mancinelli. 
2. Carol Ann Gardner, b. 25 Dec. 1945, Lake City, Columbia, Florida. 

DARYL LEE GARDNER, dau. of Alton Ladd Gardner and Gertrude Wadley, 
was b. 31 Mar. 1942, Brookline, Norfolk, Mass.; md. 3 June 1961, RICHARD 
JOHN MANCINELLI, at Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada. He was b. 29 June 1940, 
Bridgeport, Fairfield, Conn.; son of Paris Arthur Mancinelli and Ester 
DeFeo . Daryl Lee and Richard John had the following children: 

1. Richard Troy Mancinelli, b. 29 Jan. 1962, Phoenix, Maricopa, Ariz. 



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JENNETT BULLOCK, dau . of James Orson Bullock and Martha Elizabeth 
Brown, was b. 11 Oct. 1889, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 23 Feb 
1916, JOSEPH SOREN MILLS, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah! 

Jennett attended the first kindergarten school held in Pleasant 
Grove. It was held in the old school house, now used as the Relic Hall. 
Her sister, Mary Elizabeth was a graduate from the Brigham Young Acad- 
emy, and was the teacher. She then attended the primary grades taught 
in the building now used for the Third and Sixth Wards in Pleasant 
Grove. 

As a young lady Jennett went to Salt Lake City and studied music 
under Lillian Malquist, a very talented piano teacher. She also helped 
her sister Laura in her home, as she was not very well. 

In 1910 Bishop Edwin D. Olpin interviewed Jennett to go on a mis- 
sion for the Church. This was a real challenge to her . since lady mis- 
sionaries were just beginning to be used. She was the first lady to be 
called from Pleasant Grove. She left for the North Western States 
mission on 12 Oct. 1910. She labored in Portland, Oregon for six months. 
then was transferred to Tacoma, Washington Later she served in Seattle. 
She returned home and was released on 24 June 1912. 

When Jennett returned home she worked in the Sunday School and 

Relief Society, and served on the Primary Stake Board in Alpine Stake, 

In 1916 she married Joseph Soren Mills in the Salt Lake Temple. They 
were the parents of six children. 

Jennett served as First Councilor in the Primary for two years, 
then was called to serve on the Timpanogos Stake Primary Board, in 
charge of the Trekker class. She served for three years. When the First 
Ward was divided, Jennett became the Teacher Topic instructor in the 
Grove Ward Relief Socity. On 3 May 1948 Jennett was called on a Stake 
mission and served until 5 Aug. 1950. After ha- release Jennett was 
active in genealogical and temple work. Her husband was ill for some 
time before his death in 1962? and since then she has cared for her 
invalid daughter. 

JOSEPH SOREN MILLS, son of Joseph Heber Mills and Annie Rasmussen, 
was b. 27 July 1889, Midvale , Salt Lake, Utah; d„ 12 May 1962, Pleasant 
Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 15 May 1962, Pleasant Grove cemetery, Utah, 
Utah; md. 23 Feb. 1916, JENNETT BULLOCK, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 

Joseph was reared in Midvale, Utah, and graduated from the ele- 
mentary school. When only ten years of age his father died, This was a 
great shock to him, and he was very close to his mother, and helped her 
all he could. When Joseph completed his schooling he went to the nearby 
smelter and worked as a water-boy for the men. Later he w a s employed as 
an operator of the slag cars. When he was nineteen years of age his 
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a home and a four acre fruit farm. Joseph helped on the farm, and also 
learned the plastering trade. He helped to plaster the Pleasant Grove 
Junior High School. 

In Feb. 1916 he married Jennett Bullock in the Salt Lake Temple. 
They were the parents of six children. During the summer of 1916 he 
helped in the construction of the Utah and Idaho Sugar Company's sugar 
beet processing plant south of Pleasant Grove, Utah. In Nov. 1916 he 
worked as an engineer for the sugar company, where he worked each fall 
and winter when it was in operation. In the summers to cared for his 
fruit farm. 

About in 1920 Joseph was employed by the Pleasant Grove Canning 
Company as a cook, which position he held for many years. The later part 
of his career he served as an engineer for the company. He was employed 
by the cannery for nearly forty years, retiring in 1959. 

Joseph was a very congenial man, and was somewhat retiring. Every 
one respected him that was acquainted with him. He was proud of his 
family, and his endeavors were for their benefit. He died in May 1962 
at Pleasant Grove, and was buried in the city cemetery. 

Jennett Bullock and Joseph Soren Mills had the following children: 

* 1. Joseph Rae Mills, b. 16 Jan. 1918, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 3 June 1944, Lily Gladys Smith. 

* 2. Mary Mills, b. 1 Mar. 1920, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 20 

Sept. 1946, Clifton J Wadley. 

* 3. Calvin Bullock Mills, b. 4 July 1923, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; 

md. 8 Aug. 1944, Mabelle Beck. 

* 4. Ruth Mills, b. 21 Jan. 1926, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 1 May 

1944, George Richins Paul. 

* 5. Martha Ann Mills, b. 3 May 1930, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 

21 Jan. 1953, Gailen Andrew Liston. 

* 6. Lucille Mills, b. 9 Nov. 1932, Pleasant Grove, Utah; md. 1 Aug. 

1955, Reynold Paul Harris. 

JOSEPH RAE MILLS, son of Joseph Soren Mills and Jennett Bullock, 
was b. 16 Jan. 1918, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 3 June 1944, LILY 
GLADYS SMITH, at St. Edwards, Romford, England. She was b. 15 Jan. 1923, 
Dagenhara, Essex, England; dau. of Frank Smith and Lily Elizabeth St. 
Pierre (Pier). Joseph Rae and Lily had the following children: 

1. Joseph Frank Mills, b. 6 May 1945, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. James Robert Mills, b. 18 July 1946, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

3. Terry Smith Mills, b. 22 Nov. 1949, Lehi , Utah, Utah. 

MARY MILLS, dau. of Joseph Soren Mills and Jennett Bullock, was 
b. 1 Mar. 1920, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 20 Sept. 1946, CLIFTON 



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J WADLEY, at Evanston, Uinta, Wyoming. He was b. 25 Apr . 1920, Pleas- 
ant Grove, Utah, Utah; son of Richard David Wadley and Mary Ellen Olsen. 
Mary and Clifton had the following children: 

1. David Clifton Wadley, b. 21 May 1947, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Kent Mills Wadley, b. 4 June 1951, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

CALVIN BULLOCK MILLS, son of Joseph Soren Mills and Jennett Bullock, 
was b. 4 July 1923, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 8 Aug. 1944, MABELLE 
BECK, in the Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. She was bo 17 Mar. 1925, Provo, 
Utah, Utah; dau, of Ferris Stephen Beck and Maggie Orr . Calvin and Ma- 
belle had the following children: 

# 1. Rebecca Lynn Mills, b. 26 July 1954, Ogden , Weber, Utah. 

# 2. Calvin Beck Mills, b. 6 Sept. 1960, Reno, Washoe, Nevada. 



RUTH MILLS, dau. of Joseph Soren Mills and Jennett Bullock, was 
b. 21 Jan. 1926, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 1 May 1944, GEORGE 
RICHINS PAUL, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 30 
Apr. 1926, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; son of George Little Paul and 
Amy Ellen Richins . Ruth and George had the following children: 

1. George Stephen Paul, b. 30 Apr. 1945, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

2. Sharon Paul, b. 14 Jan. 1947, Lehi , Utah, Utah. 

3. Thomas James Paul, b. 16 July 1949, Lehi, Utah, Utah. 

4. Marcia Paul, b. 16 Jan. 1955, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



MARTHA ANN MILLS, dau. of Joseph Soren Mills and Jennett Bullock, 
was b. 3 May 1930, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md. 21 Jan. 1953, GAILEN 
ANDREW LISTON, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake, Utah. He was b. 29 
July 1928 , Escalante , Garfield, Utah; son of Glendon Edward Liston and 
Vella Rea Riddle. Martha Ann and Gailen had the following children: 



1. Susan Liston, b. 8 Nov. 1953, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

Harvey Gailen Liston, b. 10 Nov. 1954, American Fork, Utah, Utah, 
3. Darren M Liston, b. 10 Mar. 1962, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 



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LUCILLE MILLS, dau. of Joseph Soren Mills and Jennett Bullock, 
was b. 9 Nov. 1932, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; md . 1 Aug. 1955, REY- 
NOLD PAUL HARRIS, in the Logan Temple, Cache, Utah. He was b. 4 July 
1930, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah; son of Reynold Nuggent Harris and 
Mary Maleta Woodward. Lucille and Reynold had the following children: 



1. Maleta Harris, b. 17 July 1956, American Fork, Utah, Utah. 

Alan Paul Harris, b. 26 Mar. 1960, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, 
3. Sheryl Harris, b. 23 Apr. 1963, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. 



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CHAPTER XIII 



JAMES ORSON BULLOCK and 
PAULINA ELIZA BROWN family 



JAMES ORSON BULLOCK, son of James Bullock and Mary Hill, was b. 
2 Nov. 1849, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; d. 16 Feb. 1930, Pleas- 
ant Grove, Utah, Utah; bur. 20 Feb. 1930, Pleasant Grove cemetery, 
Utah, Utah; md. (1) 24 Mar. 1873, MARTHA ELIZABETH BROWN, in the Salt 
Lake Endowment House, Salt Lake, Utah (See CHAPTER XII); md . (2) 13 
Nov. 1888, PAULINA ELIZA BROWN, in the Salt Lake Endowment House, Salt 
Lake, Utah. 

The life sketch of James Orson Bullock is given in the previous 
chapter (See CHAPTER XII). 



PAULINA ELIZA BROWN, dau. of John Brown and Elizabet Crosby, was 
b. 27 Oct. 1852, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; d. 11 Dec. 1934, Provo , 
Utah, Utah; bur. 16 Dec. 1934, Pleasant Grove cemetery, Utah, Utah; rad . 
13 Nov. 1888, JAMES ORSON BULLOCK, in the Salt Lake Endowment House, 
Salt Lake, Utah. 

Paulina was born in Salt Lake City when the west was new and crude, 
and her native city was only five years old. In 1855 the family moved 
to Lehi , Utah, where she attended school, and was often at the head of 
the class. In 1863 her father was called to serve as bishop of the 
Pleasant Grove Ward, and their family located there. They lived in the 
old Wilcox Store building on the northwest corner of the present city 
park. Later they built a new home on this corner. 

Paulina's first public work was as a secretary of the Relief Soc- 
iety. In 1868 Elder John Nuttall and Eliza R. Snow toured the terri- 
tory. They reorganized and incorporated the Relief Society. Paulina 
was called to served as the secretary of this organization although 
only sixteen years of age. She held this office for over twenty five 
years. A large book containing her splendid records is still on file. 

In the 1870' s the Young Ladies Retrenchment Association was 
organized. Later this was changed to the Young Women's Mutual Improve- 
ment Association. Paulina was called to serve as a counselor in this 
organization. About this time she attended the Timpanogos Academy at 
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On 13 Nov. 1888 Paulina was married to James Orson Bullock in 
the Salt Lake Endowment House, Salt Lake, Utah. They did not have 
any children. 

Paulina identified herself with every literary and sufferage 
association in early Pleasant Grove. She was President of the Women's 
Hygiene Society for many years. She served on the Pleasant Grove School 
Board for a number of terras. 

Paulina was a teacher in the Sunday School in the Pleasant Grove 
Ward, and was an active worker in the Young Women's Mutual Improvement 
Association. When the Alpine Stake was organized she was a member of 
the Alpine Stake Mutual Board. 

Paulina was in charge of the Brown family records, and was an active 
genealogical and temple worker. She continued in this work until her 
health was poor. When her sister died, two small children were left and 
Paulina helped to rear them. She died at Provo , Utah, and was buried in 
the Pleasant Grove cemetery. 



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CHAPTER XIV 

INDEX TO NAMES 
Number in parenthesis ( ) following name is birthdate. 



ABBOTT 

Emily, 220 

ADAMS 

Anna Jean, 117 

Benjamin Franklin, 112, 115, 116, 

117, 118 
Benjamin Nathan, 117 
Bernice, 115, 116 
Cameron B. , 115 
Cameron Walker, 118 
Carol, 117 
Dewey F. , 115, 116 
Dezzie, 115, 117 
Edward Jon, 118 
Ellen, 115, 116 
Geraldine, 116 
John Alma, 115 
John Nathan, 115, 117 
John Perry, 117 
Laura, 115, 118 
Lu Ann, 118 
Lynn Paul , 118 
Margaret, 115, 118 
Martha Ruth, 310 
R.D. , 80 

Richard Thomas, 117 
Thomas Ardie , 115, 117 

ADAMSON 

Alan K. , 124 
Allen Grant, 120 
Arlen Bradley, 121 
Arlen Ray, 120, 121 
Beatta La Von, 113, 114 
Bonnie Lynn, 113 
Calvin Hales, 113 
Carrie Gay, 113 
Cheryl Sue , 123 
Colby Lynn, 123 
Cynthia, 121 



ADAMSON (continued) 
Darryl D. , 120 
David, 111 
David Alan, 113 
David Allen, 109, 113, 124 
David Cummings , 124 
David Reed, 124 
Dennis Kay, 122 
Dennis Newell, 122, 144, 145 
Dewey Newell, 122, 144, 145 
Dianne , 123 

Don Michael, 122, 144, 145 
Elaine, 119 

Emily Fern, 109, 112, 114, 115 
Geraldine, 122, 123 
Grant Allen, 120 
Jan Lorie, 123 
Janice, 120, 121 
Jay D. , 120 
Jean, 122 
Jeanne, 113 
Jeffrey Paul, 123 
Jill Elline, 123 
John Alma, 107, 161 
Kathleen Rae, 124 
Kathryn, 112, 144, 145 
Kelvin B. , 120 
Kenneth Paul, 123 
Larry B. , 120 
Lloyd Bullock, 109, 112, 118, 

119 
Lynette, 113 
Margaret, 109, 112, 116, 117, 

118 
Margo, 123 
Mariam, 119, 120 
Marion Reed, 113 
Mary Ellen, 198 
Maxine, 122 
Michael Boyd, 121 
Mildred, 119 



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109, 111, 113, 
123, 



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112, 



119, 



ADAMSON (continued) 

Myron Dean, 122, 144, 145 

Nadine, 118, 119 

Newell Dewey, 109, 113, 121, 

122, 123, 144 
Nyle D. , 120, 121 
Olivia Maurine , 144 
Paul Alexander, 109, 113, 123 
Randy Nyle, 121 
Robert G. , 122, 123 
Robert Scott, 123 
Rowena, 109, 112, 
Shauna , 123 
Suzanne, 121 
Thomas, 107, 108, 

114, 115, 118, 119, 121, 

124 
Thomas Clark, 113 
Thomas Marion, 109, 112, 113, 

114 
Thomas Sanf ord , 113 
Virginia, 120, 121 
Vyva Raquel , 123 
Walter Marion, 113 
Willard Boyd, 120, 
Willard Byron, 109, 

120, 121 
Wilraa Beth, 119 

ALBISTON 

Rhea Blanche, 265 

ALEXANDER 
Orra , 84 
Susan Lavernia 

ALLEN 

Clarence Dwayne , 196 
Dwayne Berry, 196 
Floyd Ray, 196 

ALLISON 
Ida, 268 

ALLRED 

Zelda, 226 

ALVERSON 

Curtis Alvron, 202 
Louis D. , 202 

ANDERSON 

Agnes , (1621), 31, 54, 63, 65, 66 

Agnes (1687), 55 

Agnes (1693), 24, 32, 55, 60, 63 

Agnes C. , 84, 85 



ANDERSON (continued) 
Andrew, 54 
Anna , 54 

Anna Erika Kristina, 
Anne Mabel, 224, 225, 
Archibald, 54 
Arthur Salzner, 286 
Danielle, 171 
David, 54 
Elspet, 54 

George (1587) , 32, 54 
George (1620), 54 
George (1667) , 54 
Gilbert (abt. 1800) 
Gilbert (1849), 84 
Gregory , 288 
Howard Ballyntine, 
Isabella, 84, 85 



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81, 84 



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James 

James 

James 

James 

James 

Janet 

Janet 

Janet 

Janet 

Janet 

John 

John 

John 

John 

John 

John 

John 



(1626 
(1632 
(1663 
(1826 
(1854 
(1595 
(1615 
(1617 
(1827 
(1850 

(1591) 

(1617) 

(1624) 

(1654) 

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Julie Janice, 288 
Lane Jacobsen, 288 
Louisa, 249 



Margaret 
Margaret 
Margaret 
Margaret 
Mary, 84 



(1619), 54 
(1698), 55 
(1852), 84 
Virginia , 1 

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Michael Mariner 



Milton Mariner, 



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170, 

Reva, 192, 193, 195, 
Robert II. , 84, 85 
Roger Bruce, 288 
Thomas (1659), 54 
Thomas, (1665) , 54 
Thomas (1859), 84 
Victor Michael , 225 

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ANDERSON (continued) 
William (1689) , 55 
Zola, 192, 193, 195, 196 

ANDREASON 

Alma Marie Frederikka , 196 

ARCHIBALD 
Rowene , 285 

ARMITSTEAD 

Margaret Elizabeth, 295, 306, 307, 

309, 310 
William Henry, 306 

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Edith, 136 
Elva, 155 

ASKIE 

Mary, 272 

ATWOOD 

Sarah Delilah, 135 

AUGUST 

Bruce, 180 
Deborah, 180 
Elaine, 180 
Emanuel F. , 175, 180 
Louis, 180 

AULT 

Alvin Owen, 121 

Arlcn Hacking, 121 

Earl, 247 

Earlene, 246, 247 

Julia Ann, 121 

Leo Hacking, 120, 121 

Leo John, 121 

AUSTIN 

Frank Carlisle, 143 
John Lowell, 140, 143 
Shirell, 140, 143 

AYRE 

Kathryn Lillian, 151 

BABCOCK 

Allan Barrymore, 269 
Allan William, 269 
Lionel Albert, 269 
Sarah Jo, 269 



BAILEY 

Beth, 235 
David, 80 

BAIRD 

William, 78 

BAKER 

Alexander, 297 

Amenzo White, 95 

Bruce Barry, 298 

George iV. , 93 

Hyrum Alexander, 298 

Jarvis Young, 93 

LuRae Constance, 298 

Raymond Conway, 297, 298 

Raymond Conway, Jr., 297, 298 

Raymond Conway, III, 298 

BALLANTINE 
Duncan , 78 

BALLAUCH 
Duncan, 1 

BALLOCH (BULLOCK) 
Archibald, 55 
Donald , 1 

Donald (de Dunowana), 1 
Isabel, 24, 28, 58 
John (1687), 2, 24, 25, 55, 58 
John (1721), 55 
Joseph, 55 
Robert , 55 
Walter (1731) , 55 
Walter (1734) , 55 
William, 55 

BANDY 

Gladys, 146 

BANKS 

Barbara, 224 

John Robertson, 224 

BARBER 

Edith Berneice, 298 

BARNES., 

Mabel, 310 

BARR 

Robert, 83, 84 



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BASKOVICH 
Ante, 219 
Mary Rose, 218, 219 

BAXTER 

Barry Fames , 291 
Elizabeth, 123 
Lisa Marie , 291 
Margaret, 113 
Mathew Alan, 291 
Paul Martin, 286, 291 
Samuel Emerson, 291 

BEAL 

Julia Caroline, 144 

BECK 

Amanda Elizabeth, 288 

Cleone, 308, 309, 310 

Ferris Stephen, 316 

Mabelle, 315, 316 

Maurine Sadie, 129, 133, 135 

Owen V. , 310 

Wesley Julius, 135 

BEHLING 

Carolyn Mary, 169 
Harold Ferdinand , 169 
Steven Harold, 169 
William, 169 

BELL 

Christopher West , 285 
Eugene F. , 284 
Robert Eugene , 284 
Stephen Robert, 285 

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BENNETT 

Clifford Crosby, 245 

Jesse Harland, 242, 245 

John Bell, 190 

Samuel Senior, 186, 185, 190 

Scott Jesse, 245 

BENNION 
Zina, 278 

BENSON 

Adelaide, 269 

BERBOWER 

Diana Jean, 304 
Frederick George , 304 

BERRY 

Fanny Arvilla, 134 



BERRY (continued) 
Ly sander , 195 
Mary Fowler, 197 

Sarah Elizabeth, 192, 193, 194, 196 
Wanda Berniece, 192, 193, 194, 195 
Woodruff Lysander, 196 

BEZZANT 

Albert, 310 

Margaret Leah, 309, 310 

Mary Jane, 171 

BIAS 

Matilda, 227 

BIBB 

June Gail, 291 
William Merle, 291 

BICKMORE 
Ellen, 267 

BIGGS 

Connie Albiston, 263, 265 
Melvin, 265 

BILLINGS 

Isabel, 151 

BILLS 

Norma, 289 

BINGHAM 

Beverly, 270 
Lewis , 270 

BIRCH 

Dora, 76 

BIRD 

Bradford Kenedy, 95 

BISLEN 

Margaret , 93 , 95 

BIVENS 

Forest , 75 

BLACKHURST 
Analene, 197 
Brenda, 192, 193, 196 
Coleen, 192, 193, 195 
Clara, 192, 193, 194, 195 
Clinton R. , 192, 193, 196 
David, 194 
David B., 192, 193, 195, 196 



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BLACKHURST (continued) 

Elizabeth, 192, 193, 194, 196 

Gaylen J. , 197 

Gordon L. , 197 

Janell, 192, 193, 197 

Kelvyn A. , 197 

Kent Berry, 192, 193, 195 

Lafayette Gardner, 186, 191, 192, 193, 

194, 195, 196, 197 
LaMont Gordon, 192, 193, 195, 197 
Larry Paul, 192, 193, 195 
Marcia , 196 

Marilyn, 192, 193, 197 
Marvin Dean, 195 
Michael Dennis, 192, 193, 196 
Paul L. , 192, 193, 194, 195 
Pharis Craig, 192, 193, 195 
Reese Berry, 192, 193, 196 
Rollo B. , 192, 193, 194, 196 
Ronald L. , 192, 193, 197 

BLAKE 

Ada, 247 

BLAZZARD 
Anna , 249 

BOAL 

Barbara , 56 
Catharine , 56 



Catharine , ob 
James (abt. 1724), 65 
James (1730) , 24, 55, 
James (1756) , 55 



56 



JiUiL'S U'JOJ ) oo 

Janet (1757) , 55 

Janet (1789), 3, 23, 24, 56, 59, 73, 

75, 76, 80, 81, 84, 86, 87 
John (1742) , 56 
John (1744), 56 
John (1790) , 56 
Margaret , 56 
Mungo , 55 
Robert (1737), 56 
Robert (1795), 56 
William, 24, 55, 56, 59, 73 



BOILL 

James , 33 , 56 

John, 24, 33, 55, 56 

Margarie, 56 

BONACCI 

Anthony, 269 
Richard John, 269 
Terra Jean , 270 



BOND (continued) 
Carolyn Fern, 176 
David Malcolm, 176 
Eric Elden, 176 
Frank Marion, 175 
Marcus Richard, 176 
Richard Winfield, 176 
Paul Robert, 176 
Paul Robert, Jr., 176 
Robert Winfield, 175, 176 

BOREN 

Anna , 120 
Archie, 120, 170 
Lloyd D. , 170 
Sharlynn , 170 
Shawna , 170 
Stanley Marrott, 170 
Sterling Robert, 170 
Steven Lloyd, 170 
Susan, 170 

BOWIE 

Margaret, 26, 57, 55 

BOYLE 

Archibald, 90 

David (1789) , 71, 89, 90 

David (1827) , 90 

James , 90 

Jane, 59, 73, 86, 87 

Jean Speir, 90 

Mary , 90 

Robert , 90 

William Henry, 227 

Wilma, 224, 227 

BOYLL 

James , 33 , 56 
William, 56 

BRACKEN 

Bennett Arthur, 236 
Darrell, 230, 236 
David McArthur, 236 
Douglas Darrell, 236 

BRADLEY 

Earl Bertrand, 215 
Herbert Arlington, 215 

BRADSHAW 
John, 94 
Harriet, 69, 91, 94 



BOND 

Annette Marian, 176 



BRIGGS 

Daisy Helen, 297 



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BRIMHALL 
Dicie, 233 

BRINKERHOFF 

Alonzo Riley, 249 
Ella, 240, 249 
Margaret, 96 

BROADIIEAD 

Emma Estelle, 196 

BROCK 

Margaret, 36, 61, 65 

BROWN 

Adam , 57 

Clark Kendall, 114 

Don Wilraan, 114 

Edna Lee, 179 

George , 57 

George Washington, 179 

George Washington, Jr., 175, 179 

George Wayne, 179 

Helen, 57 

James (1578), 35, 44, 57 

James (1610), 35, 57, 62 

James (1634), 35, 57, 62, 64 

James (1668), 57 

Janet (1646) , 57 

Janet (1664), 57 

John (1638), 57 

John (1642), 57 

John (abt. 1825), 294, 315 

Kendall Walker, 114 

Laurel Deane , 179 

Margaret (1636), 57 

Margaret (1672), 35, 57, 64, 65 

Marion Abram, 114 

Martha Elizabeth, 11, 292, 293, 

294, 295, 299, 301, 306, 310, 

313, 317, 318 
Mary , 114 
Mary D. , 116 
Naomi Gertrude, 269 
Owen Keith, 120, 121 
Owen LaMont , 121 
Paulina Eliza, 11, 292, 317, 318, 

319 

BRUNDAGE 

Belle, 84, 85 

BRYCE 

Elizabeth, 69, 91, 92 
Margaret (abt. 1639), 61 
Margaret (1816), 69, 91, 94 
Robert, 91, 94 



BUCHANAN 
Agnes , 57 

Archibald (1662), 26, 55, 57 
Archibald (1720) , 58 
Gilbert, 27, 58 
James, 57 
John, 24, 27, 58 
Margaret (1666), 27, 58 
Margaret (1691), 2, 24, 26, 55, 

58 
Margaret (1716), 24, 55, 58 
Walter, 58 
William, 57 

BUCKNER 

Betty Jeanne, 152, 153, 154 
Craig Bullock, 152, 153, 154 
Gary Gillard, 152, 153, 154 
Ivan Reed, 151, 152, 153, 154 
James Martin, 152, 153, 154 
Jesse Martin, 152 
Reed Don, 152, 153, 154 
Victor Dee, 152, 153, 154 

BUDD 

Beverly, 289 

Beverly Jeanette, 290 

Carley Rae, 289 

Catherine Fames, 286, 287, 290 

Douglas Fames, 286, 287, 289 

Edith Virginia, 286, 287, 288 

Farnese, 286, 287, 291 

George , 285 

George Fames, 286, 287 

George Henry, 259, 285, 286, 287, 

289, 290, 291 
Jerilyn, 289 
Memorie Jolene , 290 
Richard Douglas, 289, 290 
Richard Douglas, Jr., 290 
Robert Michael, 289 
Wallace Fames, 286 

BULLOCK 

Agnes (1780) , 58 

Agnes (1884), 78 

Alexander, 78 

Alexander Hill, 5, 11, 97, 98, 
107, 108, 125, 157, 161, 172, 
180, 185, 186, 187, 191, 197 

Amy, 75 

Andrew, 59, 73, 87, 88 

Andrew R. , 74 

Anita Mae, 141, 143 

Anna, 75 

Archibald (1752), 58 

Archibald (1795) , 59 



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BULLOCK (continued) 

Archibald (1828), 59, 73, 86, 87 

Ardcn Brett, 141, 143 

Bella, 77 

Belle, 86, 87 

Betty Louise, 135, 137, 142, 143 

Blanche , 75 

Bonnie, 310 

Brent M. , 149, 151 

Carman , 80 

Carol Ann, 310 

Catherine (1830), 74 

Catherine (1854), 77, 79 

Catherine (1869), 74 

Catherine (1869), 76 

Catherine Calder, 59, 73, 74, 75, 76 

Cecil Irving, 135, 136, 137, 138 

Cecil Kent, 136, 138 

Chorles (1872), 77 

Charles (1896), 74 

Christine , 74 

Clara Jennett , 186, 187, 188, 189, 

190 
Clara Joyce, 156, 157 
Cleone, 122, 129, 144, 145 
Clifford, 88 

Constance Renee , 146, 147 
Darrell Kayle , 308, 310 
David Charles, 136, 138 
Dean Ryan, 146, 148 
Dessie Mary, 107 
Dorothy Faye , 150, 151 
Earl, 82 
Earl Vere, 75 
Edgar A. , 75 
Edna, 173, 175, 179 
Edward , 88 
Effie, 88 
Effie Deane, 98, 107, 161, 163, 165, 

167, 169, 170, 171 
Elaine, 146, 147, 149 
Ellen (1851), 77, 79 
Ellen (1865), 83, 84 
Ellen (1866) , 77 
Eliza, 83 
Elizabeth (1841), 5, 11, 204, 205, 

206, 208, 220, 228, 237, 239 
Elizabeth (1858), 77, 79 
Elizabeth (1918), 307, 309 
Emily Brown, 293, 295, 299, 300, 301 
Emily Ellen, 98, 107, 108, 109, 111, 

113, 114, 115, 118, 119, 121, 123, 

124 
Emily Louise, 126, 129, 151, 152, 153, 

155 
Ernest W. , 80 



BULLOCK (continued) 
Esther, (1865) , 77 
Esther (1886), 75 
Ethel, 88 

Eva, 126, 129, 155 
Fern, 173, 175, 176 
Florence, 98, 107, 180, 182, 

183, 184 
Gale Virgil, 146, 147, 148 
Gayleen, 146, 148 
George , 76 
George L. , 80 
Georgia Lea, 156, 157 
Gerald Irving, 136, 138 
Gertrude A., 186, 187, 191, 192, 

193, 194, 195, 196, 197 
Gilbert, 81 

Glade C. , 135, 137, 140, 143 
Grace, (1864) , 81 
Grace (1878) , 82 
Hannah Jane, 186, 187, 197, 198, 

199, 201, 202, 203 
Harold, 88 
Harold Harris, 126, 129, 156, 

157 
Harold R. , 156, 157 
Henry, 59, 73, 83, 84 
Irving, iii, 126, 129, 135, 

136, 137, 143,. 
Isabel (1741) , 58 
Isabel (1787), 59 
Isabel (1793) , 59 
Isabella (1840), 76 
Isabella (1841), 77, 78 
Isabella (1844) 11 
Isabella (1853) , 83 
Isobel, 59, 73, 80 
James (1718), 2, 24, 55, 58 
James (1748), 24, 58, 59, 60, 

73 
James (1806), 2, 3, 5, 6, 14, 16, 

17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 69, 73, 91, 

97, 185, 204, 253, 292, 317 
James (1849), 77 
James (1856) , 86 
James (1867), 83 
James H. , 81 , 83 
James I. , 78 
James Orson, 5, 11, 292, 293, 

294, 295, 299, 301, 306, 310, 

313, 317, 319 
James Orson, Jr., 293, 295, 306, 

307, 309, 310 
James Orval , 307, 309, 310 
James S. , 74, 75 
Jane (1868), 77 



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BULLOCK (continued) 

Jane (1884), 79 

Janeen, 308, 310 

Janet (1826), 59, 73, 84, 85 

Janet (1839), 11 

Janet (1842) , 76 

Janet (1844) , 77, 78 

Jay LaMarr, 140, 143 

Jeanie, 86 

Jed, 88 

Jennett, 293, 295, 313, 314, 
315, 316 

Jessie (1847) , 83 

Jessie (1885), 81, 82 

Jessie (1887), 79 

Jill, 146, 148 

John (1745) , 58 

John (1776), 58 

John (1819), 59, 73, 81, 82, 83 

John (1856) , 77, 79 

John (1860), 83, 84 

John (1875), 82 

John (Sir), 1 

John A. , 81, 82 

John Brown , 295 

John C. , 80 

John D. (1874) , 78 

John D. (1886) , 78 

John H. (1838) , 74 

John H„ (1892), 74 

John S. , 79 

Junius , 75 

Kate, 83, 84 

Kathleen, 136, 138 

Kathyrn, 146, 147 

Katie, 86, 87 

Kayle Armitstead, 307, 308, 

309, 310 
Kenneth C. (Dr.), ii, iii , 135, 

136, 137, 139 
Kenneth G. , iii, 136, 139 
Kristin, 149, 151 
LaMont, 186, 187 
Laura, 293, 295, 301, 302, 303, 

304, 305 
Lena , 75 

Leo Alexander, 129 
Lillie (1874), 74 
Lillie (1874) , 76 
Lizzie, 77 
Lizzie J. , 80 
Loren, 88 
Lucy , 75 

Luella (1864) , 74 
Luella (1864), 76 
Lyle, 83 



BULLOCK (continued) 
Maggie, 79 
Margaret (1742) 
Margaret (1746) 
Margaret (1780) 
Margaret (1830) 
Margaret (1845) 
Margaret (1854) 
Margaret (1893) 
Margaret (1955) 
Margarette, 82 
Marion , 58 

Martha, 293, 295, 310, 311, 312 
Mary (1789), 59 
Mary (1858), 83 
Mary Anne , iii , 
Mary Belle, 81, 



, 58 




, 58 




, 58 




i 59, 


73, 87 


, 81 




, 86, 


87 


, 78 




, 308 


, 310 



136, 139 
82 



Mary Catherine, 5, 11, 253, 254, 

255, 259, 260, 271, 281, 285 
Mary E. , 74 
Mary Elizabeth, 293, 295, 296, 

297, 298, 299 
Mary Ellen, 126, 129, 130, 131, 

134, 135 
Mattie, 77 
Maude, 77 

Maurine, 173, 175, 176, 177, 179 
McGee Harris, 98, 107, 172, 173, 

174, 175, 176, 179, 180 
Melville W. , 80 
Michael Stephen, 309 
Michal T. , 141, 143 
Montell Burr, 146, 147, 149, 151 
Nellie, 88 
Nettie (1850) , 86 
Nettie (1873), 77 
Nettie (1877), 77 
Newell Harris (Dr.), 98, 107, 

157, 159, 160 
Nona Ruth, 173, 175, 180 
Orpha , 75 

Orson Dean, 307, 309 
Owen G. , 75 

Peggy Elaine, 136, 138 
Philip M. , 149, 151 
Phoeba, 77 

Renee, 146, 147, 150, 151 
Richard, 1 

Richard Glade, 140, 143 
Richard Henry, 146, 147, 150, 151 
Robert (1812) , 59, 73, 76 
Robert (1840), 77 
Robert (1846), 77, 78 
Robert C. , 58 
Robin, 146, 148 
Roland, 82 



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BULLOCK (continued) 
Sarah (1858) , 88 
Sarah (1870) , 83, 
Sarah Ellen, 88 



84 



Sharlene, 308, 310 
Sherene, 149, 151 
Sherilyn, iii, 136, 



139 



Shirley Colleen, 140, 143 

Stanton , 75 

Steven Lynn, 156, 157 

Stewart, 77, 80 

Stewart R. , 80 



Susan , 293 
Therold C. 



Thomas 
Thomas 



(1311) 
(1779) 



295 
135, 



137, 141, 143 



75, 76, 80, 81, 
Thomas (1814), 59 



■nO » 

83, 
. 73 



24, 

84, 



56, 
86, 



76, 77 



59, 
87 

. 78 



73 



Thomas 
Thomas 
Thomas 
Thomas 
Thomas 
Thomas 
Thomas 
Thomas 
Thomas 
Thomas 
Thomas 
Velma 



80 
(1834) 
(1834) 
(1834) 
(1837) 
(1839) 
(1851) 
(1867) 



A. 
D. 
F. 
R. 
L., 



78 
86 
87, 
81, 
83 



74 
75 
76 
11 
77 
83 
77 



88 
82 



Vera, 309 

Vickie Lee, 146, 148 

Virgil William, 126, 

151 
Virginia, iii, 136, 139 



129. 144, 147 



Wa Iter 
Walter 
Wendy , 



(1281), 
(1757), 
146, 148 



1 

58 



Wilford, 

William 

William 

William 

William 

William 

William 

William 

William 

William 

William 

127, 
William 
William 
William 
William 
William 



80 
(1330) 
(1755) 
(1784) 
(1790) 
(1836) 
(1848) 
(1862) 
(1921) 
(Sir) , 



1 

58 

59 

59 

76 

77, 

83 

309 



79 



Alexander, 98, 
129, 135, 144, 
156, 

), 82 



Brent , 
E. (Dr, 



107, 125, 126, 
151, 155, 157 
157 



146 



Grant , 

H. (IGi 

H. (1880), 



(1Q62) , 



147 

33 
7S 



BULLOCK (continued) 

William Hendry, 59, 73, 74, 75 
William Iff. , 81, 82 

BUNKER 

Alan William, 227 

Alice Anne , 228 

Andrew Larsen, 225 

Antoine Le Grand e , 221, 224, 225, 

266 
Bart David , 225 
Carla, 226 
Clint Orin, 225 
David Edward, 227 
Dirk Ilodgkinson, 226 
Edward, 220 

Edward Carlyle, 221 , 224, 226 
Edward Carson , 226 
Elise, 226 

Floretta Cleone, 221, 223, 224 
Gayle, 226 
George , 225 

George Ellwood, 221, 223 
George Smith, 208, 220, 221, 223, 

224, 225, 
Ivan Anderson, 
Kathleen, 228 
Kenyon Carson, 226 
Kim Ray, 225 
Laureen, 225 
LeGrande Ellwood, 225 
Linda, 225 
Lynn Whitney , 225 
Maria, 226 
Marti, 225 
Miriam, 225, 226 
Monica Marie, 226 
Paul Carson, 226 
Ralph Antoine , 225 
Randy LeGrande, 225 
Rebecca, 228 
Rebecca Lynn, 225 
Richard Bertell, 227 
Shareen, 226 

Smith Bertell, 221, 224, 227 
Tyler Manning, 225 
Velyle, 226 
Verna Berniece , 221, 224, 227 



225 



BURDICK 

Barbara Mae, 201, 203 
Francis Eugene, 203 

BURGESS 

Joanae, 247, 249 
Joseph Burton 



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BURGESS (continued) 
Nina, 212 
Susan Isabelle, 245 

BURNETT 

Elizabeth, 69, 91, 94 
James , 94 

BURR 

Henry Uriah, 144 

Nancy Nellie, 129, 144, 146, 

147, 151 
Vera, 226 

BURTON 
John, 94 

BUSHMAN 

Cherry, 276 
Ted, 276 

CALDER 

Alexander (1696), 24, 29, 59, 



60, 67 



3, 67 
Alexander (1724), 59 
Andrew, 60 
Dav 
Dav 



Andrew, 60 

David (1734), 60 

David (1760), 60 

George , 60 

Isabel, 24, 58, 59, 60, 73 

James (1722) , 59 

James (1764), 60 

Jean , 60 

John (1728), 24, 58, 59, 60, 63 

John (1737) , 60 

John (1756), 60 

Mathew, 60 

Robert , 60 

Sarah , 59 

Thomas, 60 

CALDWELL 
Andrew, 77 
Billie Jo, 227 
David, 77 
Jack Pershing, 227 
Maggie, 77, 78 
Robert , 93 

CALKINS 

Donald Edwards, 217, 219 
Glenn Edwards, 215, 217, 219 
Glenn Sugg, 219 
Richard Glenn, 217, 219 

CALLOWAY 

Mary Frances, 205 



CAMERON 

Martha , 96 

CAMPBELL 

Mary, 69, 70, 71, 89, 90, 91 

CANNON 

Anne, 275, 278 
Hester Telle, 93 
John Mousley, 278 
Leonora Mousley, 276 

CARLIN 

Mary Agnes, 155 

CARLISLE 
Nola, 169 
Paul Sheppard, 169 

CARLSON 

Carl Edward, 298 

Charles, 135 

Cora Mirinda, iii, 129, 135, 

136, 137, 143 
Esther Lillian, 297, 298 
Mary, 116 

CARR 

Dorothy, 245 
Harriet, 93 

CARSON 

David Henry, 226 
Velda Rachel, 224, 226 

CARTER 

Camellia Hattie, 231, 233 
Lena, 151, 152, 153, 155 
LeRoy, 152 
Richard Leonard, 233 

CASPER 

Juliana, 171 

CATRON 

Geneva, 266 

CHADWICK 

Byron Arthur, 275, 278, 279 

John Samuel, 278 

Nancy Marie, 278, 279, 280 

CHAMBERLAIN 
Alice, 195 

CHASTAIN 

Russell, 87 



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CHESHIRE 

Helen Ann, 236 

CHRISTENSEN 

Anine Kristine, 225 
Elizabeth, 136 
Jacqueline, 233, 235 
Lawrence Clyde , 235 

CHRISTIAN 

Carylee, 245 
Douglas Robert , 245 
Edward Charles, 245 
Edward Royden, 242, 245 
Michael Royden, 245 
Sherilyn, 245 

CHRIST I ANSEN 

Juna Louise, 167, 168 
Junius C. , 168 

CHURCH 

Clara Jane , 231 

CIIYTRAUS 

Elsie Irene, 176 

CLARK 

Arthur G. , 191 

Brian Carl , 134 

Carl Stanley, 134 

Carol Ann, 190, 191 

Cor de lie. Jane , 205 

Keith, 134 

Lois, 152 

Melva Jeanne, 113 

Worcester Alexander, 113 

CLAWSGN 

Diana, 276, 277 

Julianne , 276 

Kevin Harold, 276, 277 

Robert Marion, 276 

Robert Marion, Jr., 276, 277 

Roxanne, 276, 277 

CLELLAND 

Janet, 34, 56, 67 

CLEI-.ENTS 

Faye LeRay , 146, 150, 151 
Henry Glen, 151 

CLONIIVGER 

Nellie Jane, 212 



212 
219 



CLOWARD 

Brian Philip, 284 
George Lamar, 284 
Leslie Ann, 284 
Philip Vaughan, 284 

COATES 

Andrew, 213 

Andrew McArthur ,. (1837) , 210, 211, 

212, 213, 214 
Andrew McArthur (1913), 
Barbara, 213 
Barbara Jean, 215, 217, 
Benjamin Franklin, 209 
Benjamin Franklin, Jr., 208, 209, 

210, 211, 212, 214, 215, 219 
Benjamin Franklin, III, 211 
Bruce Morlan, 212, 213 
Coleen Marie, 218, 219 
Dana Louise, 214 
Daniel Clarence, 214 
Daniel Dunciin , 211 
Douglas Bruce, 214 
Dennis Michael, 212 
Dorothy Jeanne, 212 
Edwin Burto, 210, 211, 212 
Elizabeth, 211 
Franklin Burto, 212 
Gaylon LeGrande , 216, 219 
Isabel, 211 



James D. , 210, 211, 215, 



216, 
219 



!19 



Kelly McArthur, 214 

LeGrande, 210, 211, 218, 

LeGrande, Jr., 218, 219 

Lloyd Eugene, 215, 217, 219 

Marion, 211 

Mary Ann, 214 

Michael Lee, 218, 219 

Murry D. , 215, 216 

Myron Robin, 216, 219 

Norma , 215 

Paul Eugene, 214 

Rebecca 5 (1394) , 210, 211, 215 

Rebecca (1962) , 214 

Rebekah Eugenie Pherenice, 219 

Richard McArthur, 215 

Robert Eugene, 212, 214 

Roxie, 210, 211, 214 

Roxie Eugenia, 218, 219 

Sheridan Dee, 216, 219 

Stephen Anthony, 218, 219 

Tracy Alan, 214 



Virginia, 211 



113 



Ward Schmutz, 212, 213 



COBB 



Minnie A. 



236 



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COBBLEY 

Ida Chloe, 201, 202 
Ira, 202 
Reba, 146 

COEUR 

August , 75 

COFFEY 

Lilly Belle, 214 

COLE 

Eliza, 260 

COLEMAN 

Letitia, 83 

Irene Elizabeth, 227 

Merle, 151 

CONDIE 

Debra, 124 
Gordon Craig, 124 
Gordon urlando, 123 
Orlando J. , 123 
Rebecca, 124 

CONN 

Carrie, 74, 75 

COOK 

Gerald Lee, 192, 193, 195 

Janalee, 195 

John Alden, 268, 269 

Laura , 281 

Millie, 203 

Richard Ernest, 192, 193, 195 

Sharon, 195 

Stanleigh Gates, 269 

Susan, 195 

William Ernest, 192, 193, 194, 

195 
William Henry, 195 

COOMBS 

Hephzibah Ellen, 169 

COOPER 

Alfred Charles, 191 
Joy Maebert, 190, 191 

CORBET 

Agnes , 60 
Andrew (1637), 60 
Andrew (1678), 60 
Henry, 36, 60, 62 
Janet (1645) , 60 



CORBET (continued) 
Janet (1678), 36, 60 
Margaret (1656), 60 
Margaret (1658) , 60 
Robert (1609) , 36, 60, 
Robert (1635), 60 
Robert (1681), 60 
Walter, 60 

CORL 

Emma Frances, 215 



61, 62, 65 



67 



CORSE 

Agnes, 24, 

Catherine , 

David, 61 

Helen , 

Isobel 

Isobel 

James 

James 

Janet 

Janet 

John 

John 

John 

John 



36 
61 



55 



64, 65 



62 

(1633) 

(1670) 

(1631), 

(1683), 

(1684), 

(1711), 

(1575) 

(1601) 

(1635) 

(1671) 



61 
61 

61 
61 
61 
62 
36 , 
36, 
61 
61 
Katherine (1668) 
Katherine (1680) 
Margaret (1638), 
Margaret (1712), 
Robert (1640), 
Robert (1676), 
Robert (1681), 
Robert (1714), 
Thomas (1643), 
Thomas (1672), 



48 
61 



61, 63 



61 
61 
61 
62 
36, 61 
61 



36 
62 
61 

61 



60, 61, 62, 65 



COTTAM 

Emma Jarvis , 208, 239, 240, 241, 

242, 244, 245, 247, 249, 251, 

252 
Thomas Punter, 240 

COVALT 

Leona , 268 

COVINGTON 
Nannie, 160 

COX 

Charles, 232 
Connie B. , 232 
Elizabeth Lela, 232 
Everard Frances, 231 
Joan, 247, 248, 249 



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cox 

Jullius Orvel, 249 

Maud, 310 

Susan, 232 

iVilford Charles, 231-232 

CRAIG 

Agnes or Anne, 35, 57, 62 

Ellen, 59, 73, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80 

Helen, 62 

John (1590), 35, 46, 57, 62 

John (1616) , 62 

Thomas, 62 

CRATSENBERG 
Bertha G. , 81 
Jessie L. , 81 
J. Harvey, 81 
L. Belle, 81 
Lelia M. , 81 
Margaret E. , 81 
Murray , 81 
Orpha L. , 81 
Zilpha A. , 81 

CRAWFORD 

Christian, 60 

Janet (1594), 35, 47, 57, 62 

Janet (abt. 1656), 60 

CRESSALL 

Adrian Dclbert , 263, 264, 265 

Afton, 261, 262, 270 

Anne Irene (Dr.), 261, 252, 263 

Barbara Lee , 268 

Bonnie Luella, 264, 265 

Calvin C. , 263, 266 

Carroll Adriene, 264, 265 

Christopher Lyle, 266 

Clarence Arnold, 268 

Clarence Christopher Cole, 

261, 262, 263, 267, 268, 

271 
Clarence Eheneser, 



Clyde George, 263, 



262 
265 



Coraleen, 263, 266 
Craig Calvin, 266 
David Brent , 265 
Debra , 266 
Don Robert , 266 
Elizabeth Florence, 261, 
George Allen, 264, 265 
George Alvin, 261, 262, 

266 
Gary William, 264, 265 
Jarces Lyle, 265 



264, 
265 



65 



CRES3ALL (continued) 
Janet Grace, 268 
Jesse, 261, 262, 270 
Jody Rae, 265 
John Lavere, 264, 265 
Josephine, 261, 262, 269 
Judy Irene, 254, 265 
Katherine Lee 
Kevin Lave 11, 269 
Lee Roscoe, 268 
Linda Dee , 265 
Lyle K. , 265, 26 c 
Lynn Delbert (1938), 
Lynn Delbert (1959) , 
Mary Ellen, 268, 269 
Mary Irene , 263 , 26E 
Miriam Kaye , 268, 269 
Olive, 261, 262, 263 
Patricia Anne, 265 
Paul, 260 
Paul L. , 266 

Ralph Elwood, 261, 262, 271 
Ramon James , 271 
Randy Lee, 269 
Raymond Paul, 261, 262, 267 
Richard Brooks, 271 
Richard Wayne, 264, 265 
Ronald, 271 
Roscoe Fames, 261, 262, 268, 

269 
Scott M. , 266 
Sherrin , 265 
Shirley Jean, 264, 265 
Terry Dee, 264, 265 
Terry Lynne , 268 
William Frank, 267 
William Ray, 267 







CROSBY 








Artie , 86 




259, 


260, 


Earl, 36 




269, 


270, 


Elizabeth, 294, 
Mable, 36 
Maggie , 86 
Mary, 86 
Myrtle, 86 


315 



CROOKS 

Elizabeth, 111 



262, 267 


CROSS 






Nephi Lorenzo , 


96 


263, 265, 







CR0S3CUP 

Irma Mae , 213 



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CRYSTAL 

Doris Olive, 136, 138 
Reed William, 136 

CUMMINGS 

Joseph S. , 124 
Mary Elizabeth, 233 
Nellie Rae , 113, 124 

CURREY 

Dan, 83, 84 



CURRIE 

Agnes (1782), 71 
Agnes (1791), 71 
Alexander, 72 
Catherine, 71 
Daniel , 71 
Duncan, 72 
Elizabeth, 7, 69, 
92, 93, 94, 95, 
Janes, 70, 71 
Janet , 72 
John (abt. 1698), 
John (1757), 69, 
John (1784), 71 
Margaret (1747) , 
Margaret (1781), 
Robert (1777), 71 
Robert (1786) , 71 
Thomas (1789) , 71 
Thomas (1794), 71 

CURTIS 

Catherine , 12 
Vernell, 202 

DALTON 

Denise, 240, 251 
Fae, 240, 252 
Harvey , 251 , 252 
May, 240, 251 

DAMERON 

Virginia , 189 

DANTIMA 

Esther Ruth, 191 



70, 
96 



70, 71 
70, 71, 

72 
71 



DAVIS 

Benjamin Hunsaker , 119 

Cheryl Elaine , 119 

Jane , 12 

John Ira, 119 

Maud, 112, 119, 120, 121 

Shauna, 119 



DAVIS (continued) 
Stephen, 119 
William Ray, 119 

DAYBELL 

Myrtle, 120, 170 

DEACON 

Clara, 78 

DeFEO 

Ester, 312 

DEGELBECK 

Carolyn, 134 
Christine, 134 
Deanna Kay , 130 
Edwin John, 129, 130 
Eileen, 134 
89, 91, Harold James, 129, 134 
Jo Ann, 134 
John Henry, 130, 134 
Marie Margaretta, 226 
Mary Alice , 130 
72, 91 Max Edwin, 134 
Scott J. , 134 
Susan Marie, 134 

DEVENBERG 

Cynthia Ann, 268 
Henry Robert , 268 
Janet Lee, 268 
Martin Fred, 268 
Pamela, 268 
Shauna Kaye , 268 

DeYOUNG 

Jean Louise, 169 

DEVEY 

John, 118 

Walter A. , 112, 118 

DIAMOND 
Ruth, 191 

DICKESON 
James, 62 

John (1602), 35, 57, 62 
John (1628), 62 

DICKIE (DICKESON) 

Margaret, 35, 57, 62, 64 



DICKINSON 
Artie, 86 



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DICKINSON (continued) 
Etta, 86 
Harry , 86 
Jennie, 86 
Lorenzo , 86 
Mary , 86 
William H. , 86 

DIXON 

Asel Howard, 215 
Nordessa, 215, 216 

DOANE 

James, 118 

DONE (DOANE) 

Arthur Claudius, 112, 118 

DORTON 

Rose, 170 

DOUGLAS 

Isabella Marie, 247 
Naoma Anna , 309 

DOVE 

Olite, 267 

DRIGGS 

Hannah Jane , 185 

DUNCAN 
Mary , 61 

DUTSON 

Ilia Daisy, 245 

DUVAL 

Marie, 284 

EAMES 

Carolyn, 136, 139 
David Ivo , 136 

ECKERSLEY 

Josephine , 265 

EDWARDS 

David , Jr. , 171 
Denton D. , 297 
James P. 297 
June, 171 
Mary , 94 
Myrtle Irene, 242 



EGLI 

Blair Rich, 290 
Claudia Lynn, 290 
Edward Lawrence, 290 
Stephen Gates, 290 
Susan Louise , 290 

ELLSWORTH 
Elwin, 233 
Geniel, 233 

ELQUIST 

Florence, 212 
Harry, 212 

ELWELL 

Rilla, 76 

ENNIS 

Loretta, 267 

ENSIGN 

Georgianna, 92 

ERCANBRACK 

Lilliam Darlene, 123 
Weldon, 123 

EVANS 

Jean, 201, 203 
Lee Robert , 203 
Virginia, 270 

EWING 

Margaret, 31, 65, 66 

FAGAN 

Margaret, 219 

FALLENTINE 

Carl Everett, 305 

lone Esther, 304, 305, 306 

FARIE 

Agnes, 32, 53, 62 
Andrew, 32, 41, 54, 62 
Robert, 62 

FARMER 

Miriam, 286 
Sarah Jane, 224 

FARNES 

Ebenezer, 11, 253, 254, 255, 

259, 260, 271, 281, 285 
Ebenezer, Jr., 259 



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FARNES (continued) 

Edith, 255, 259, 285, 286, 

287, 289, 290, 291 
Elizabeth, 255, 259, 271, 272, 

273, 275, 276, 278, 281 
Emily, 255, 259, 281, 282, 

283, 284 
John Burnside , 254 
Mary Ann, 255, 259, 260, 261, 

262, 263, 267, 268, 269, 

270, 271 

FARNSWORTH 

Mary Frances, 176 
William Jefferson, 176 



FAUSETT 

Florence R. , 
Matilda, 119 
Roman zo, 113 



112, 113 



FAWCETT 

Clawson, 212 
J. Boyden, 212 
Jedediah Robert, 212 
Judine, 212 
Mark Edwin, 212 

FELANDO 

Vinka, 219 

FERGUS 

Janet, 33, 56 

FERGUSON 

Janet, 70, 71 

FIELDING 

Barbara Jean, 149, 151 
Franklin Downs , 146 
Keith, 146, 149 
Marilee, 149, 151 
Patricia, 149, 151 
Russell Keith, 149, 151 

FIELDS 

Frances Christine, 129, 130, 

132 
George W. , 130 

FINLAY 

Janet, 31, 62, 63 

FINLAYSON 

Don Craig, 142, 143 

Don James, 135, 142, 143 



FINLAYSON (continued) 
Fred Lloyd, 143 
Janet, 142, 143 
Karen, 142, 143 
Kaye, 142, 143 
Lela, 120 
Wayne B. , 142, 143 

FISETTE 

Israel, 78 

FISHER 

Claudia Nedra, 121 
Joseph E. , 263 
Merle, 263 

FJELDSTED 

Veta Josephine, 254 

FLEMING 

Claude, 130 

Claudia, 129, 130, 132 

FLETCHEH 

Christine, 304 

FLOOD 

Stella, 76 

FORSYTHE 

Marianne , 237 

FORTHER INGHAM 
John, 96 
Margaret, 71, 91, 96 

FOSTER 

Berniece, 214 
Clark, 214 
Edgar, 211, 214 
Lance Duane , 214 
Margaret Jean, 215 
Paul DeWayne, 214 
Paula Olivia, 215 
Solon, 214 

FOWLKE 

Louisa, 127, 165 

FOX 

Erma , 135 

FRAMPTON 

Mary Alice , 115 

FREDERICK 
Orpah, 82 



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FRENCH 

William, 84, 85 

FULLER 

Caroline, 205 
Matilda A. , 205 

FULLMER 

Farrell Estus , 267 

FUTCH 

Ernie Rachael , 180 

GALENDO 

Elvira, 191 

GAMBLE 

Dan Steven, 266 
Darwin Michael , 266 
James Alexander , 266 
James David, 266 
James Junior, 263, 266 
Mary Melinda, 266 

GAPPMAYER 

George, 150, 151 

George Pierce, 146, 150, 151 

Lewis Bartle, 151 

Susan, 150, 151 

GARDINER 

Annie Alena, iii, 135, 136, 139 
Heber, 136 

GARDNER 

Alton Ladd, 312 

Barry Reed, 235 

Brent Ellsworth, 235 

Carol Ann s 312 

Daryl Lee, 312 

Elizabeth (abt. 1793), 91, 94 

Elizabeth (abt. 1852), 194 

Elizabeth Louise, 229, 233, 234 

John, 92 

Julene , 235 

Katherine, 233, 234, 235 

Kenneth Elwin, 235 

Mahala Jane, 236 

Margaret Calendar, 92 

Mary Ada, 233, 234, 235 

Michelle, 235 

Reed McArthur, 233, 234, 235 

Robert Wayne, 229, 233, 234 

Robert Wayne, Jr., 235 

Sylvia, 235 

Thomas Henry , 233 



GARDNER (continued) 

Wayne Cummings , 229, 230, 233, 

234, 235 
William Nelson, 312 

GATES 

Claudius W. , 290 
Claudius Young, 286, 290 
Eleanor Louise , 290 
Sylvia Patricia, 290 

GENTLE 

Charlotte, 96 

GEORGE 

Edward Allen, 116 
Ralph J. , 116 

GILBERT 

Francis Duf f iedl , 310 

GILLARD 

Johanna , 152 

GILLMAN 

Alroy, 129, 155 
John Chesserton, 155 
Larry Boyd , 155 
Viola, 116 

GILTSCH 

Ella Elizabeth, 211, 218, 219 
Martin, 219 

GIRDLESTONE 
Emma, 283 

GLASER 

Martha, 119 

GODFREY 

Charlotte Emily, 278 

GOFF 

Arvell Lavell, 268 
Sharon Verna , 268 

GOLDBERRY 
Frank, 76 

GOLLIDAY 
Claude, 82 
Ida B. , 82 
John, 81, 82 
Maggie , 82 
Maude, 82 



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GOODYEAR 

David Hyrura, 295, 296, 297, 

298, 299 
Duane Dec , 298 
Earl, 298 

Earl Bullock, 296, 297, 298 
Hyrura, 295 
James Orson, 299 
Laura Bullock, 296, 297 
Linda , 299 
Linae Lee , 298 
Louise Marie , 298 
Lucille Bullock, 296, 297, 298 
Orson Bullock, 296, 297, 299 

GORDON 

Bessie, 180 

GOUCH 

Beverly, 80 

GRADY 

Judith Ann, 267 
Maurice Edward, 267 

GRAHAM 

Abraham , 63 

Agnes, 24, 58, 59, 60, 63 

Alison, 63 

Caroline, 71, 91, 96 

Christine, 63 

Isabella, 63 

James , 63 

Janet , 63 

Jean , 63 

John (1655), 62 

John (1716), 63 

Margaret (1659), 63 

Margaret (1727) , 63 

Margaret (1900), 113, 121, 122, 

123, 144 
Robert , 63 
Robert D. , 122 
Susanna , 63 
Thomas Bedford, 
William (1629), 



William 
William 
William 

63 
William 



(1657) , 
(1685) , 
(1693), 



96 

31, 

31, 

63 

?4 



62, 
63, 



63 
66 



31, 55, 60, 



(1720), 63 



GRAY 

Violet Jean, 134 

GRAY (GRYES) 

Robert, 49, 63, 61 



GREENHALGH 

Carl Daniel , 289 
Delsa Vonae, 286, 289 

GREGRICH 

Joseph, 130 
Roger, 130 

GRIFFIN 

Ella May, 170 
Sarah, 171 

GRIFFITHS 

Catherine Elizabeth, 176 
Linda Mae , 155 

GROSSEN 

Earl Louis, 233, 235 
Louis Auer , 235 
Mary Jane , 235 
Michael Louis, 235 
Richard Earl , 235 

GROWSE 

Edith, 189 

GRYES (GRAY) \_ > 

Miss (1579), 36, 49, 61, 63 

GUBLER 

Alan Glen, 245 

Brantley George, 245 

Casper, 242 

Donald Mac , 242 

Earl Ross, 242, 243 

Emil, 240, 242, 243, 244, 245 

Evan Rae, 242, 243 

Evelyn, 242, 243, 245 

Glen Jay, 242, 243 

Greg Hanni , 242 

Jeanine, 242 

Jonathan Earl , 245 

Keith Alvin, 242, 243 

Kenneth Karl, 242, 243 

Kristin, 245 

Laralec, 242 

Margarett, 251, 252 

Marilyn, 242, 243, 245 

Marion Emil, 242, 243 

Marvin Wayne, 242, 243 

Phillip Duane, 242, 243 

Renelle, 242 

Ralph Kay, 242, 243 

Ruth Jeane, 242 

Russell Marion, 242 

Venice Carol, 242, 243, 245 



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GUETIN 

Marie, 283 



HALL 

Walter, 77 



GUISINGER 
Clara, 263 

GUNN 

Duncan, 76 

GUTHRIE 

Nellie, 78 

GYGI 

Darrell George, 179 
George Rudolph, 179 
Janet Maurine , 179 
Kenneth Leland, 179 
Leland Ross, 176, 179 
Paul Kaye, 179 



HALLIDAY 

David Owen, 186, 187, 197, 198, 

199, 201, 202, 203 
Elaine, 202 

Ella B. , 199, 200, 201, 202 
Eugene Ray , 199, 201, 202 
Glen Gene, 202 
LaRae, 202 
Lynn, 202 

Owen Blaine, 199, 201, 203 
Pearl, 118 
Reed Bernell, 202 
Rhea B. , 199, 201, 202 
Robert Blaine, 203 
Willard Henry, 198 
Willard Reed, 199, 201, 202 



HAAS 

Caroline Marie, 135 

HACKING 

Gayle, 129, 134 
Wayne Ezra, 134 
Winnie, 121 

HADLEY 

Nina, 115 



HAFEN 

Ada Marie, 247, 
Carina , 235 

247 



243 



_ — - --j — 

Charles, 247 

Charles Moroni, 247, 248 

David, 247, 248 

Debra Ann, 247, 248 

Donald Weston, 247, 248, 249 

Donetta, 248, 249 

Emma, 247, 248 

Joanne, 247, 248 

Jolynne, 248, 249 

McArthur, 247, 248 

Rebecca, 247, 248 

Weston, 240, 247, 248, 249 

Wilford Leon, 247, 248, 249 

HAINES 

Alice, 123 



HALE 

Rellia, 290 

HALES 

Nadine , 113 
Reed Brown, 113 
Waldine, 113 



HAMILTON 

Carl Pannewitz, 267 
Elizabeth N. , 93 
Herbert, 80 
James Campbell , 94 
Mamie Brooke , 267 



118 



HAMMOND 

George Henry, 118 
Connie, 116 
Horace LaRue , 116 
Jo Ann, 118 
Lydia Alice, 146 
Michael, 118 
Stanley Horace, 116 
Steven Lee, 118 
Victor Warren, 115, 

HAMNETT 

Louise, 143 



HAMPSTEAD 
Joseph, 219 
Pauline Pherenice, 215, 217, 219 

HANCE 

Zella Lucille, 179 

HANNI 

Helen Mary, 242 
Herman Ernest , 242 
Marie, 242 

HANSEN 

Arsenia Betsy, 202 
Elsa Louise, 144 
Erma Lael , 144 
Florence, 169 



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HANSON 
Lars , 94 
Pauline Margaretta, 69, 91, 94 

HARDING 

Ilene, 192, 193, 196 

Judy Ann, 192, 193, 196 

Mark W. , 192, 193, 196 

Ray Lynn, 192, 193, 196 

Raymond, 196 

Wilber R. , 192, 193, 194, 196 

HARDMAN 

Hazel Geraldine, 135, 140, 143 
James Edward, 143 

HAIiPER 

Mary Elizabeth, 306 

HARRIS 

Alan Paul, 316 

Elizabeth Ann, 157 

Emily Caroline, 11, 97, 98, 102, 

107, 108, 125, 157, 161, 172, 

180, 185 
James , 80 
Leonard Owen, 116 
Maleta, 316 
Reynold Nuggent , 316 
Reynold Paul, 315, 316 
Ruth, 278 
Sheryl, 316 
Wanda, 115, 116 

HARRISON 

Evelyn, 249 

Mary Beatrice, 136 

HART 

Clyde Bills, 289 
Clyde Jennings , 289 
Connie, 289 
Jeffrey Alan, 289 
Scott Richard, 289 

HARVEY 

John Lael, 124 
John Francis, 124 
Mark Allen, 124 
Susan Rae , 124 

HASFURTHER 

Judith Ann, 231 
Kenneth, 231 
Mary Frances, 231 
Victor, 231 



HASFURTHER (continued) 
Victor Ralph, 231 
Wilfrid Martin, 230, 231 

HASTINGS 

Sarah Elizabeth, 232 

HATCH 

Alonzo, 251 
Rita, 240, 251 

HAWKINS 

Anna , 85 
J.W., 84, 85 

HAYES 

A. A., 86, 87 
Cora, 87 
Edwin L. , 87 
Gertrude, 87 
Justin, 87 
Mable, 87 
Maggie, 87 
Martha, 87 
Noble L. , 87 
Nora, 87 

HAYMORE 

Frank Reynard, 120 
Ralph Burton, 120 

HEALY 

Minnie Louisa, 146 

HELFRICH 

Gerlinde, 246, 247 
Walter, 247 

HENDERSON 

David Joseph, 178, 179 
Edna , 289 
G.H. , 78 
James, 176 

James Kenneth, 178, 179 
John Edward, 178, 179 
Lucille Woodland, 124 
Michael Scott, 178, 179 
Paul Steven, 178, 179 
Ralph Kenneth, 176, 178 
Susan Kay, 178, 179 

HENDRY 

Allan, 64 
Anna, 64 

Catharine, 24, 55, 56, 59, 64, 
73 



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HENDRY (continued) 
Elizabeth, 64 
James , 64 
Janet, 64 
Jean, 64 
Margaret , 64 
Mary , 64 
Robert , 64 

Thomas (1721), 24, 56, 64, 68 
Thomas (1759), 64 
William, 24, 37, 64, 67 

HENEFER 

Martha Elaine, 196 

HENNEN 

Frances Kathryn, 231 

HENRICIISEN 

Arnold George, 310 
Keith A. , 310 
Lesa Carol , 310 
Michelle, 310 

HEPWORTH 

Theltna, 278 

HERRMANN 

Eduardo Domingues, 276 
Henry Royden, 275, 276 
Hillary, 276 
Oscar, 276 

HERRON 

Clarissa Melissa, 11, 97, 185, 

186, 187, 191, 197 
Orlando Franklin, 185 

HEWETT 

Carrie , 87 

HIBBARD 

Iraogene , 195 

HICKERSON 
Helen, 111 

HiGGINS 

Kelley Maureen , 236 
Maurice Janes, 236 
Merri Shannon , 236 
Opal Otto, 236 
Sherri Coleen, 236 

HILL 

Agnes, 69, 91, 92 
Agnes Christy Brice , 95 



HILL (continued) 
Agnes Hood , 94 
Alexander, 7, 69, 70, 71, 89, 

91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96 
Alexander, Jr., 69, 91, 93, 94 
Alexander B. (1834), 92 
Alexander B. (1852), 95 
Alexander Hood , 93 
Ann, 89 

Archibald, 71, 89 
Archibald Brice, 92 
Archibald Newell, 71, 91, 95, 96 
Archibald Steele, 95 
Audrey G. , 96 
Charles M. , 92 
Charles Washington, 95 
Daniel (1753), 69, 70, 71, 89, 

90, 91 
Daniel (1807), 69, 91, 92 
Daniel Brice, 92 
Daniel LeRoy G. , 96 
Elizabeth (1818), 71, 91, 96 
Elizabeth (1840) , 94 
Elizabeth B. , 92 
Elizabeth Brice, 94 
Emma M. , 96 
Frances Steele, 95 
Frank F. , 96 
Frederick, 92 
Guy Heber B. , 92 
Isabella Brice, 95 
Isabella F. , 96 
Isabella Hood, 94 
Isobel, 71, 89, 90 
James Hood, 93 
Jane Mary, 94 
Jane Morton, 95 
Jeannette Steele, 95 
John, 69, 91, 94, 95 
John B. , 92 
John Brice , 95 
Joseph John, 95 
Joseph M. , 92 
Joseph Robert, 94 
Joseph Smith, 95 
Hannah Hood , 95 
Hyrum Hood , 94 
Lillie Charlotte, 92 
Lizetta F. , 96 
Louisa G. , 96 
Margaret , 93 
Margaret Ann , 93 
Margaret B. , 92 
Margaret Brice, 95 
Maroni Hood , 94 
Martha, 71, 89, 90 
Martha Ann Brice, 95 



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HILL (continued) 

Martha Ellen G. , 96 

Mary (1785), 71, 89, 90 

Mary (1812), 2, 3, 5, 6, 12, 
14, 21, 23, 69, 70, 73, 89, 
91, 97, 185, 204, 253, 292, 
317 

Mary Agnes , 92 

Mary Br ice, 95, 205 

Nancy , 96 

Nephi Hood, 94 

Newell Archibald, 96 

Perley Alexander, 96 

Rebecca Hood, 95 

Robert Brice (1840), 92 

Robert Brice (1858), 95 

Samuel Hood, 95 

Sarah Brice, 95 

William, 70, 71, 89 

William Hood, 93 

William John, 92 

William M. , 96 



HOOD (continued) 
Iola, 306 

Isabella, 71, 91, 95 
James, 93, 95 
Juanita Carol, 195 

HOOLEY 

Lyle , 201 , 202 
Tharia Leo, 202 

HOPKINSON 

Herbert Septmus, 265 

Pearl Luella, 263, 264, 265 

HORSLEY 

Agnes Florence, 242 

HOUCHINS 
Peter, 88 

HOUSE 

Mary, 71, 91, 96 



HILLSTEAD 

Charlotte E. , 286, 289 
Joseph, 289 

HILTON 

Ethel Mae, 120 



HOUSTON 

Martin J. , 266 

Randolph Lee , 266 

Steve Martin, 266 

Susan, 266 

Walter Randolph, 263, 266 



HITE 

Mary Ellen Nell , 190 
William Joseph, 190 



HOUT 

Ernest G. , 297 
Howard , 297 



HOAGLAND 

Clarence A. , 304 
Deborah Sue , 304 
Jean Michelle, 304 
John Michael , 304 
Leslie Karen, 304 
Melvin Richard, 304 
Melvin Richard, Jr., 304 
Melvin Richard, III, 304 
William Michael, 304 



HOWARD 

Barbara Lynn, 266 
Delia, 88 
John Barnard , 265 
Raymond Victor, 265-266 

HOWIE 

David, 53, 64, 67 
Margaret, 36, 53, 64, 67 
William, 53, 64 



HODGES 

Edith, 96 

HODGKINSON 

Lola Marie, 226 
Lowell, 226 

HOLM AN 

Sarah Jane , 114 

HOOD 

Agnes, 69, 91, 93 
Howard Thomas , 195 



HUDSON 

Charles, 227 
Charles Lee, 227 
Marilyn Belle, 227 
Samuel Lee, 224, 227 
Tammy Lee, 227 

HULTERSTROM 

Ester Lydia, 298 

HUNSAKER 

Monida Emily, 119 



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HUNTER 

Aline Ruby, 267 
Angus , 267 

HUTCHESON 

Elizabeth, 32, 43, 66 

HUTCHINSON 
Annie , 122 

IMMISCH 

Harriet Regina, 309 
Henry Albert, 309 

IPSON 

Ruby, 267 

ISAACS 
Ann, 254 

ISAACSON 

May Sophia , 268 

IVERSON 

Alice Laura, 312 

IVIE 

James Rex, 169 
Jeffery Rex, 169 
Perry Floyd, 169 
Rex Floyd, 169 



JACK 

Margaret, 36, 61 

JACKMAN 

Malend Swen , 237 

JACKSON 

Annette Ray, 155 

Dahl Ray, 152, 153, 155 

Fred Moyel, 155 

Jane, 200, 202 

Judy Ann, 200, 202 

Samuel Clifton, 200, 201, 202 

Samuel Kershaw, 202 

JACOB 

Janet, 116 

Milton, 116 

Milton Russell, 115, 116 

Russell Kenneth, 116 

JACOBSEN 

Andrew, 286 

Andrew Thomas, 286, 288 

Carol Annette, 288 



JACOBSEN (continual') 
Eliot Whiteley, 288 
Janice Virginia, 286 
Owen Drew, 288 
Shir lee, 286 
Thelma, 202 
Vardie Anne 



JACOBSON 






Cecil Baltzar, 


227 




Wilhelmina Mar 


ie, 


129 


JAMES 






Charles, 82 






JARMAN 






Norma, 113 







JARVIS 

Aurelia Franziska, 93 
Emeline, 240 

JASPER 

Lillian, 123 



JENKINS 

Albert Delos 



263 



Ethel Christeen, 215 

William Byron (Dr.), 262, 263 



JENNINGS 
Gilbert M. 



249, 250 



John M. , 249, 250 

Lloyd, 249 

Lloyd Leon, 240, 249, 250, 251 

Mansfield Leon, 249, 250, 251 

Margery Ann , 249 , 250 

Marie, 249, 250 



JENSEN 

Lenora , 263 

JOLLEY 

Sarepta Luticia, 96 

JONES 

Annie Louise, 263 

Edith Adella, 116 

Mary Diantha , 179 

JORGENSEN 

Arlene Louise, 130, 131 
Carol Louise, 130, 132 
Craig S„ , 135 
Debra Ann, 133, 135 
Dan Max, 133, 135 
David Kay , 135 , 135 



>34i 



JORGENSEN (continued) 

Elaine Maurine , 133, 135 
George Emerson, 129, 130, 131, 

132 
Gerald B. , 130, 131, 135 
Gladys Marie, 129, 131, 134 
Glen Alexander, 130, 131, 133, 

135 
Gloria Jean, 134 
Gordon, 134 
Hannah, 183 
Hans, 129 

Harold Max, 129, 131, 133, 135 
Helen Clara, 129, 130, 131 
Kent E. , 133, 135 
Judy, 135 

Larry Glen, 133, 135 
Lynn H. , 134 
Meri Elyn , 130, 132 
Ned Reed, 133, 135 
Ronald L. , 133, 135 
Samuel Claude, 130, 132 
Samuel Eldores , 129, 130, 131, 

132 
Samuel Ovid, 129, 130, 131, 

134, 135 
Samuel William, 130 
Wayne Mark, 134 
William Mark, 129, 131, 134 

JOHNSEN 

Gundrun, 134 

JOHNSON 

Aaron LeRoy , 144 
Allan Dale, 168 
Anna Maria, 92 
Caddie, 251 
Catherine, 35, 57, 62 
Charles Gustav, 136 
Craig Steven, 306 
Elden Angus , 176 
Estella, 123 
Esther Caroline, 305 
George Edwin, 152 
Georgia Ann, 152, 153, 154 
Gertrude B. , 188, 190, 191 
Hazel Elaine, 135, 136, 138 
Henry Alan, 305, 306 
Henry Albin, 306 
Howard Antone, 121 
Jessie Lucile, 120, 121 
Kaye Lael, 144, 145 
Marian, 176 

Stanford Henry, 186, 188, 189, 
190 



JOHNSON (continued) 
Sarah , 270 
Theora, 288 

Virginia Dale, 167, 168 
William Harvey, 189 

JOSEPH 

Betty Gene, 176, 177, 178 
Catherine Alberta, 176, 177 
Joseph Hiram, 176 
Karen Maurine , 176, 177, 179 
Reuben Albert, 175, 176, 177, 
179 

KEARNEY 

William, 88 

KEETCH 

Alfred Greenwood, 170 

Brent Harris , 170 

Emily Dianne , 170, 171 

Loraine, 171 

Max Russell , 170, 171 

Robert Russell, 167, 170, 171 

Steven, 171 

KELPATRICK 
John , 66 

KELSO 

Frank, 75 

KENNEDY 

Edward Joseph, 286, 291 

KENNY 

Marie Angel ique 

KENT 

Harry Shepard , 290 
Kathryn Marcia, 290 
Kevin Young, 290 
William James, 290 

KERR 

Margerie, 95 

KETCHAM 

Frederick Joseph, 278 
Fred Joseph, 278, 280 
Jean Marie, 278, 280 
Thomas Dale, 278, 280 
Victor John, 278, 280 
William Arthur, 278, 280 



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KIDMAN 

Cora, 262, 263, 



266 



Frederick James Armstrong, 263 

KILPATRICK 
Charles, 76 

KIMBROUGH 

Thelraa May, 130 

KING 

Andrev/, 87 
Catherine , 94 
Jeanne tte, 87 
Peter, 59, 73, 87 

KLENSCH 

Luise, 247 

KNELL 

Carolyn, 288 
David Drew , 288 
James Brent, 288 
James Karl, 286, 288 
Jeffrey Kent, 288 
Joseph Karl, 288 
Mary Katherine , 288 

KNIFONG 

Clarence J. , 87 
Joseph, 86, 87 

KNIGJ1T 

Martha, 12 

KNCBBS 

Helen J. , 81, 83 
William S. , 81 
Zera W. , 83 

KNOBLCCK 

Anna Elizabeth, 203 

KOFOED 

Ada Lou el la, 270 

KOHLER 

Dawnette, 124 
Reed Karl , 124 

KONOWITZ 
Dora, 214 

KOONTZ 

Dora Bell, 190 



KREITZER 

Melvin Forrest , 251 

Ruth Diane, 249, 250, 251 

LALONDE 

Joseph, 83 
Leon, 83 

LAMOREAUX 

David B. , 246 
Jonette, 245, 246 

LARSEN 

Anna Serine Hedvig , 224, 225 

Ann Marie , 267 

Annie Marie, 152 

Beth, 267 

Blain, 223, 224 

Blain Elwood , 224 

Carol Dawn, 224 

Ccdy Banks, 224 

Daniel S. , 224 

Doris Christine, 269 

Hannah Elnora , 225 

Jacob Nelson, 267 

John Reed, Jr., 136, 138 

Jay N. , 267 

Leslie Ann , 114 

Melinda, 224 

Michelle, 224 

Nanette Nixon, 267 

Otto Edward, 225 

Ralph W. , 113, 114 

Reed E. , 114 

Robert Cressall, 267 

Sallie Ana, 267 

Vincent, 267 

Vincent Bickmore , 262, 267 

West en Dale, 224 

LARSON 

Erraa Loic , 130, 133, 135 
Neil Stephen, 135 

LaSHEVER 
Jules, 214 
Maximillian, 214 
Suzanne Dora, 214 

LATHEROW 

Margaret, 74 

LEAK 

Den;...a , 143 

LEANY 

Elisabeth, 232 



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LEAVITT 
Amy, 
Andre\. 

Carrol, 



Amy, 246 

Andrew N. , 246, 247 

Carrol, 246 



Cynthia , 246 
Dennis Bruce, 246 
Edward Bruce, 245, 246 
Eva Jean, 246 
Ilona, 247 
Jeraldene, 246 
Kathleen, 24G 
Kevin Andrew, 247 
Laura, 243 
Laurlee, 247 

240 

247 



Lauriee, J.4Y 

Ler.:uel Glen, 240, 245, 246, 247 

Lemuel Llcyd, 246 



Lemuel Llc^i 

int , 245 



Lemuel Llcyd, 246 
Lemuel Sturdivant , 
Linette, 247 

Lisa , 24C 



i-iisa , .i4o 
Lloyd McArthur , 
Lori Ann, 246 
Robert Glen, 246 
Ronald Wayne, 246 
Sheila Ann, 246 
Susan , 246 






246 



LeBARON 

Olive , 239 

LECKIE 

Margaret, 33, 56 

LEE 

Edward, 77 

Emrna Eliza, 2S2, 268, 269 

John Arnold, 268 

LEES 

Leslie Frank, 265 
Linda Rae , 265 

LEETHAM 

James Golden, 299 
Leila Shepherd, 297, 

LEICHT 

Mary, 223 

LEISIIMAN 
Jane , 92 



299 



LEMMON 

Nina 

LEWIS 



, 246 



SWIS 

Alan Mitten, 270 
Clair Mitt on, 270 



LEWIS (continued) 
Edward, 270 
Elva Mae, 157 
Lorraine, 120, 121 
Mary Ann, 211 
Ray E. , 121 
Wendell Evans, 270 

LIECHTY 

Josiah Nephi , 233 
Kenneth Alfred, 235 

LIM 

Lorena, 203 

LINDGREN 

Charlotte-, 92 

LINDSTR0M 
Ila, 121 

LIPKIE 

Rachel Farley , 213 

LIST0N 

Darren M. 316 
Gailen Andrew, 315, 316 
Glendon Edward, 316 
Harvey Gailen, 316 
Susan, 316 

L0VELAND 

David Sterling, 156, 157 
Harold Kin-, 157 
Sterling Gee, 156, 157 
Sue Ann, 136, 157 

LOVELESS 

Ray Ekins , 146 

Vera Maxine , 146, 148 

LOVELY 

Dora Velma, 266 

LGWRY 

Louisa Jane, 297 

LUTHY 

Elizabeth Mae, 263, 265 
Erail August, 266 

LYMAN 

Dorothy, 276 

LYTLE 

George Pace , 245 
Rachel Lucinda, 242 



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MABEY 

Mabel Verena, 232 

MACKAY 

Robert , 77 

MADSEN 

Clarence Elmer, 151 

Emily, 182, 184 

John, 183 

John Peter, 107, 180, 182, 

183, 184 
Rhea Jean, 146, 149, 151 

MAITLAND 

Margaret , 81 , 84 

MALLBY (MILBERG) 

Amelia Enily, 69, 91, 92 
Gustav, 92 

MAN AJ IAN 

Mattie, 215 

MANCINELLI 

Paris Arthur , 312 

Richard John, 312 

Richard Troy, 312 

MANN 

Nancy Melton, 214 

MANNING 

Joan, 225 
Merlin, 225 

MARINO 

Martha, 209 

MARROTT 

Clara Ellen, 107, 125, 126, 127, 

129, 135, 144, 151, 155, 157 
Colleen Rose, 170 
Dav/na Mae , 170 
Deane, 163, 167, 169 
Emily, 163, 167, 170, 171 
Grace, 163, 167, 168 
Ivadell, 117 

Margaret LaViel , 163, 167, 171 
William, 127, 165 
William Henry, 107, 161, 163, 

165, 167, 169, 170, 171 
William Robert, 163, 167, 170 

MARSHALL 

Blain Larsen, 224 
Diana, 224 



MARSHALL (continued) 
Juanita, 224 
Milton (Dr.), 224 
Paul Taylor (Dr.), 224 
Richard Larsen, 224 

MARTAIN 
Amy, 168 

MARTIN 

M. Carl, 81 

MATHEWS 

Beatta Agnes, 112, 113, 114 
Walter John, 113 

MAUGHAN 

William Harrison, 92 

MAXWELL 

Grissell , 66 

Mc ARTHUR 

Allene, 251 

Alma Don, 236 

Alothea Beth, 229, 236 

Andrew, 229, 230, 236, 237 

Annie, 240, 241, 249, 250, 25: 

Clio, 229, 230, 231, 232, 233 

Dalton Ross, 251 



251 



Dalton Ross, 251 
Daniel Charles, 237 
Daniel Dalton, 251 
Daniel Duncan, 11, 95, 20 
206, 208, 220, 228, 237 
Darrel Dalton, 252 
Deone, 249 



204, 205, 
239 



Deone, 249 



ueone , w'ta 
Donald James, 23( 
Dorothy Kay, 249 
Duncan , 205 
Eldon, 240, 241, 251 
Eldon Durant , 251 
Elizabeth (1898), 229, 230, 
234, 235 



lizabeth (1898), 229, 230, 233, 

234, 235 
lizabeth (1940), 249 
neline, 206, 208, 237, 238 
ugenia, 206, 208, 209, 210, 

211. 212. 214. 215. 219 



Elizabeth 

234, 235 
Eli 
Erne 
Eugenia, 206, 208, 209, 210, 

211, 212, 214, 215, 219 
Fern, 240, 241, 247, 248, 249 
Florence, 240, 241, 245, 246, 

247 
George, 208 
Gwendolyn, 252 
Harley, 230 
Harvey Dalton, 252 
Ina, 229, 230, 236 
Irvin, 240, 241, 251 
Isabelle, 206, 208, 220 

224, 225, 226, 227 



221, 223. 



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McARTHUR (continued) 

James, 206, 208, 228, 229, 230, 

233, 235 
James Andrew, 237 
Janice, 251 

Joseph, 229, 230, 235, 236 
Joseph Barrington, 236 
Joseph Duncan, 251 
Julie Fae, 252 
Kim, 251 

La Vera Rose, 229, 230, 236 
Lonna Lou , 249 
Margarett, 252 
Marianne, 251 
Marilyn, 237 
Mary (1902) , 230 
Mary (251), 251 
Mary Gertrude , 236 
Merle Sarah, 237 
Michael Irvin, 251 
Moroni, 206, 208, 239, 240, 241, 

242, 244, 245, 247, 249, 251, 

252 
Nellie, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 

245 
Rex Cottam, 240, 241, 249 
Richard Dalton, 252 
Ross J. (Dr.), 240, 241, 251 
Samuel James, 251 
Sandra Lyn , 251 
Thomas Dalton, 252 
Thomas P., 240, 241, 252 
Willard, 240 

Mc BRIDE 

Thelma Elizabeth, 130 

McCALLISTER 
Mary, 302 



McCONNELL (continued) 
Jean, 85 
Linda , 74 
Lulu, 85 
William, 84, 85 

Mccormick 

Anne, 90 

John, 91 

Margaret , 91 

Martha, 90 

Mary , 90 

Robert (1771) , 90 

Robert (1801), 71, 89, 90 

Robert (1826) , 90 

McCRORY 

Sarah Ann, 96 

McCULLOUGJI 
Edith, 78 

McDANIEL 
Reba, 231 

McDONALD 
Angus , 72 
Elizabeth, 93 
John (Lord) , 1 
Laura, 81, 82 



McDOUGAL 

Christine, 59, 73, 
Ina, 78 
J.C., 79 
Robert, 83, 84 

McEWAN 

Alberta, 117 



74, 75 



Mc CLEAN 

Alexander , 65 

Janet (1728) , 23, 55, 56 

Janet (1828), 65 

Mary , 65 

William, 65 



McFATE 

Margaret, 211, 212 
Thomas William 211 

McGAVIN 

Jessie, 157 



McCLURE 
Inez, 168 

McCONNELL 
Harold, 85 
Florence, 85 
J. Elton, 85 
Helen R. , 85 
James , 85 



McGregor 

Donald Alpine, 235 
Mary Margaret , 176 
Gertrude, 229, 230, 235, 236 

IcILRITH 
Jane , 77 



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McINNES 

Chester Murdock, 242 
Doris Jeane , 242 

McKAY 

Claude Spencer, 155 
Isabella, 312 

Robert Mervyn , 152 , 153 , 155 
Steven Robert, 153, 155 

McKEEN 

Susan, 205 

McKEETE 

Catherine , 61 

McKELL 

Ellen Jane, 268 

McKEffIN 

Elizabeth, 67 

McKINLAY 

Agnes, 69, 70, 71, 72, 91 

Catherine, 70, 71 

David Lynn, 179 

Jed David, 179 

John, 70, 71 

Lynn A. , 179 

Mark Wayne, 179 

McLACHLON 
Mary, 94 

McLAUCHLAN 

Ann, 71, 89 

McLEAN 

Allen, 72 

James, 35, 57, 64, 65 

John, 24, 35, 55, 62, 64, 65 

McMURCH 
Colin, 78 

McMURRY 

Florence, 212 

McNAlR 

Alfred Malcolm, 180 
Denton Council, 180 
Michele Lynn, 180 

McNEIL 

Hamilton, 78 



McNULTY 
Ann, 90 

Martha Hill, 90 
Mary, 90 

Peter (1780), 71, 89, 90 
Peter (1814), 90 
Susanna , 90 

MECHAM 

Anthony Arnold, 168 
Arnold, 167, 168 
Douglas L. , 226 
E. Arnold, 168 
Earl, 226 

Garn Lyman , 225 , 226 
Kathy Dawn, 168 
Lance Garn, 226 
Samantha L. , 113 
Steven Bunker , 226 

MEIKLEJOHN 

Mary, 69, 91, 94 
Robert, 94 

MELBY 

Mary, 262, 271 
Peter Nielson, 271 

MELDRUM 

Spencer Huie, 152 

Willis Ray, 152, 153, 154 

MERCIER 

Barbara Ann, 248, 249 
Douglas Alexander, 247, 248 
Elmer Alexander, 247 
Leon Joseph, 247, 248 
Leon Joseph, Jr., 247, 248 
Richard John, 249 
Robert Weston, 247, 248 
Sherrie Lou, 247, 248 
Thresa Lynn, 249 

MEREDITH 

Brent Richard, 289 
John Henry, 289 
Karen, 289 
Kathleen, 289 
Sherbyn Harcourt , 289 

MERKLEY 

Leah Frances, 135, 141, 143 
Ray Edgar, 143 



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MIDGLEY 

Gordon Allen, 305 
Gregory Peter, 305 
Kenneth Eardley, 305 
William Peter, 305 

MILNE 

LaRue, 246 

MILAM 

Mary Emma , 71 , 91 , 96 
William, 96 

MILES 

Sarah Ann, 236 

MILLER 

Christian J. , 290 
Detta Fay, 226 
Essie Jolene, 289 
Ethel, 78 
Freida, 266 
Margaret Ann, 12 
Nellie, 78 

MILLS 

Calvin Beck, 316 

Calvin Bullock, 314, 315, 316 

James Robert , 315 

Joseph Frank, 315 

Joseph Heber, 313 

Joseph Rae , 314, 315 

Joseph Soren, 295, 313, 314, 

315, 316 
Lucille, 314, 315, 316 
Martha Ann, 314, 315, 316 
Mary, 314, 315 
Rebecca Lynn, 316 
Ruth, 314, 315, 316 
Terry Smith, 315 

MINER 

Arden Franklin, 143 

Thola Orissa, 168 

Wanda Mae, 135, 141, 143 

MITCHELL 

Albert Dean, 119 
David Lloyd, 119 
David R. , 119 
John Stephen, 119 
Kenneth Dean, 119 
Mark Adamson , 119 
Theresa Beth, 119 



MITTON 

Boyd Laurence, 270 
John Henry , 270 
Larry Boyd, 270 
Laurence R. , 262, 270 
Linda, 270 
Ruth Ann, 270 
Scott Clarence, 270 

MILNER 

Carol Dawn, 263 
Clarence Jack, 263 
David William, 253 
Francis William, 262, 263 
Linda Joyce, 263 
Louis John, 263 
Marrilee Ann, 263 
Richard Fisher, 263 
Richard William, 263 

MOBLEY 

Mary Dorothy, 212, 214 
William Henry, III, 214 

MONAGHAN 

Cynthia Ann, 122 
Francis, 122 

MONEY 

David Richard, 117 
Reed Jex, 117 
Richard L. , 116 

MOODY 

Margaret, 214 

MOONIE 

Violet, 123 

MOORE 

Betty, 130 
Jane, 59, 73, 76 
Lillian, 297 
Mary Ann, 202 

MORRELL 

Mary Selina, 284 

MORRIS 

Mary Ellen, 190 

MORRISON 
Ilene, 136 

MORT 

Melva Loraine , 113 



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MORTENSEN 

Margaret , 96 

MORTON 

Jane or Jean , 95 

MOSSDP 

Isaac , 78 

MOTT 

Annie Matilda, 155 

MOWER 

Mary Ellen, 224 

MUIR 

Agnes, 93 

MUNRO 

James , 77 
William, 77 

NEAL 

Emily, 75 

NEAT 

Fannie, 195 

NSIDHAMER 

Frank F. , 168 
Robert, 167, 168 

NELSON 

Albion, 123 
John Edward, 114 
Lynne Hall, 122, 123 
Mary Alyne , 114 
Olive, 112 

NEVILLE 

Dorthea, 168 

NEWMAN 

Elaine , 247 

NIBLEY 

Edith Olive, 117 

NIELSON 

Bertha Amelia, 213 
Bessie Marie, 201, 202 
Hensen W. , 203 

NIX 

Foster, 130 
Marlene Ruth, 130 



NOGUES 

Ernest, 284 

Joel, 284 

Michel Rene Ernest, 284 

Valerie, 284 

NOWERS 

Daniel Leavitt, 246 
Jenifer, 246 
John Robert , 246 
John Robert, Jr., 246 
Marilyn Glenetta, 246 
Seldon, 246 

OAKMAN 
Newt, 75 

O'BARR 

Iva Marie, 236 

OLER 

Leo Gene, 122 

Leo Gene , Jr. , 122 

Oscar, 122 

OLSEN 

Elda, 124 

Mary Ellen, 316 

Mary Unice, 114 

Oluf Hilmer, 304 

Vonda Larsena, 304, 305 

0' SULLIVAN 

Dorothy Nugent , 290 

ORR 

Helen, 66 
Maggie, 316 

OXBORROW 

Elizabeth, 208, 228, 229, 230, 

233, 235 
Joseph, 228 

PACE 

Amanda Lucinda, 215 

PADIE (PEDDIE) 
John, 36, 50, 65 
Thomas, 36, 65, 61 
William, 65 

PALME 

Hilda, 304 



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PALMER 

Brian Lee, 227 
James Ellis, 146 
James Healy, 146, 148 
Lawrence M. , 227 
Lawrence Merrill, 227 
Rebecca Lynn, 227 
Rochelle Ann, 227 

PARK 

Hugh D. , 94 
Jane Duncan, 94 
John Duncan , 94 
Mary Louise, 190 

PARKER 

Ellen, 118 

Monroe (abt. 1865), 74 
Monroe (abt. 1865), 76 
Ruby, 195 

PARRY 

Phyllis Mae, 233 

PARTRIDGE 
Clara, 276 

PASKETT 

Marial , 289, 290 
Melvin 0. , 290 

PASSEY 

Asenath Louise, 179 



PAUL (continued) 
Marcia, 316 
Sharon, 316 
Thomas James, 316 

PAULSON 

Barbara Jean, 169 

Christopher Lynn, 170 

Edith C. , 225 

Ford David , 169 

Ford Mauritz, 167, 169 

Ford Richard, 169 

Jan Reed, 169 

Kathryn Ann, 169 

Julie, 170 

Lynn Marrott , 169 

Mary Deane , 169 

Meridee, 170 

Octavia, 107, 172, 173, 174, 175, 

176, 179, 180 
Niels Peter, 169 

PAYNE 

Audrey , 95 

PAZDERKA 

Marie Agnes, 291 

PEARCE 

Anthony William, 298 
J. Ronald, 298 
Troy Ronald, 298 
William Ronald, 298 



PATERSON 

Agnes, 31, 63, 66 
Catherine (1651), 
Catherine (1695), 

68 
Elizabeth, 66 
Isobel , 66 
James , 66 
John (1615), 65 
John (1645), 66 
Patrick, 66 
William (1585), 
William (1611), 

65, 66 
William (1642), 
William (1643), 



66 



40, 64, 



31, 
31, 

66 
66 



65, 66 
54, 63, 



PAUL 

George Little, 316 
George Richins, 315, 316 
George Stephen, 316 
Lotta, 291 



PEARSALL 

Earl, 286, 291 

PEASGOOD 

Annie Mary, 265 

PEAY 

Cheri Lee, 123 
Connie Lyne , 123 
Golden B. , 123 
Kevin Wayne, 123 
Wayne Golden, 122, 123 

PEDDIE 

Helen, 65 
Janet, 65 
John (1611), 65 
John (1642), 65 
Margaret, 65 
Marie, 65 



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PEDIE 

Agnes , 65 

James , 65 

Janet, 36, 61, 62, 65 

John, 65 

PELT 

Oliver Burton, 230, 236 
Sidney John, 236 

PENLEY 

Mary Frances, 212, 213 
Thomas Robert , 213 

PENROD 

Ethel Temperance, 114 

PETERSON 

Carson , 232 

David Sherwin, 250, 251 

Edith Hannah, 168 

El Donna, 152, 153, 155 

Frances Estilla, 143 

Frederica, 69, 91, 92 

Hans Erastus, 116 

James E. , 251 

Jens, 92 

Joyce, 116 

Lois Verena, 231, 232 

Lloyd Leon, 115, 116 

Lloyd Leon, Jr., 116 

Mabel Annette, 135 

Maurita, 170, 171 

Norman Wesley, 155 

Paul, 249, 250 

Sigrid, 180 

Steven, 171 

Steven Lee, 116 

Veloy Servilla, 155 

PETTIT 

Edwin, 95 

PHILLIPS 

Jean Lauper , 196 
Sandra Jean, 196 

PLATT 

Mary Ann , 232 

POCOCK 

Annie Josephine, 118 

POLLOCK 

Charles, 66 
Christian, 66 



POLLOCK (continued) 
George (1622), 66 
George (1650), 67 
James (1581), 32, 42, 66 
James (1605), 32, 54, 66 
James (abt. 1606) , 66 
James (1612), 66 
James (1631 ) , 66 
James (1632), 66 
Janet (1610), 66 
Janet (1645), 67 
John, 66 

Margaret (1607), 32, 54, 66 
Margaret (1641), 66 
Marion or Marjory, 32, 54, 55, 

66 
Robert (1616), 66 
Robert (1644), 67 
Thomas , 66 

POULSEN 

Bertha Lucille, 203 

Elizabeth Ann, 277, 278 

Gregory Peter, 277, 278 

Kristin Ruth, 278 

Wells Peter, 278 

Wells Peter, Jr., 276, 277 

Edith, 227 

POWELL 

Margaret Jane , 92 

PRESCOTT 

Erma Lee, 265, 266 
John Levi , 266 

PRESTON 
Joan , 304 
William John, 304 

PRITCHARD 

Lora Ann, 122 

PULLINS 

Carole, 213 
Elaine, 213 
Gary Dean, 213 
Gayle, 213 

Grant Dean, 212, 213 
Janice, 213 
John Steven, 213 
Samuel Newton, 213 

PULLMAN 

Sophia, 122 



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PURDON 

Andrew (1583), 36, 52, 60, 64, 

67 
Andrew (1621), 67 
Andrew (1629), 67 
Bessie, 67 
Janet, 36, 60, 67 
John (1614), 67 
John (1632), 67 
Margaret, 67 
Marie, 67 
Mary, 67 
William, 67 

QUIN 

Harriet, 69, 91, 95 

QUINN 

Martha Jane , 93 

RACE 

Joseph, 94 

RACKLIFF 

Ida, 87, 88 

RAE 

William, 295, 299, 300, 301 
Williaiii Comming, 301 

RAIES 

Rose Barbara, 213 

RALLIS0N 
Ruth, 270 

RAMSEYER 

Esther, 176 

RAND 

Eliza, 35, 45, 57 

RASMUSSEN 
Annie, 313 

RAYCROFT 

Eliza, 59, 73, 87, 88 
Mary, 59, 73, 83, 84 

RAYES 

Mary Rose, 212, 213 
Saad Elias, 213 

READER 

Georgia, 213 
Gordon Leon, 213 



READER (continued) 
Ray Haller, 213 
Samuel Gordon, 213 

HEBMAN 

Ina Robbins, 267 

REES 

Dan Loren , 270 
David Clarence, 270 
David Leon, 270 
Ellis Leon, 262, 270 
Frank Leon, 270 
Katharine Marie, 270 
Margaret Ann, 270 
Mary Elizabeth, 270 

REEVES 

Lola, 155 

REINHAIiDT 

Barbara Jolene, 305 
Leslie Philip, 305 

REIS 

Agnes, 36, 60, 62 

RENCHER 

Charlotte Anne, 302 

RENTIZCH 

Doris May, 201, 203 
Walter Alfred, 203 

RICE 

Charles F. , 92 

RICHARDS 
Agnes , 93 

Alexander Willard Hill, 93 
Daniel Brigham Hill (Dr.), 93 
Elizabeth, 93 
Elizabeth Angelique, 93 
Hyrum Thomas , 93 
John (1834), 93 
John (1839), 93 
John Kenny, 69, 91, 92 
John Wilson, 93 
Joseph Hill , 93 
Mary, 93 
Rachel, 93 

RICHARDSON 

Frances, 81, 82 
Sarah Estella, 136 



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RICHINS 

Amy Ellen, 316 

RIDDLE 

Vella Rea, 316 

RINTOUL 

Agnes, 77, 80 
Charles, 77, 78 
Ellen, 78 
Emma , 78 
Isabella, 78 
Jessie, 78 
John, 77, 78 
John A. , 78 
Margaret, 77, 79 
Mary E. , 78 
Thomas S. , 78 
William N. , 78 
W.N. , 79 

ROBBINS 

Lola, 129, 156, 157 
William John, 157 

ROBERTSON 

Andrew, 59, 73, 74, 75, 76, 80 

Catherine, 75, 76 

Homer Leon , 231 

Jay Leon, 231 

Jeannette (1837), 74 

Jeannette (1837), 75 

Mary, 80 

Thomas , 75 

William, 75 

ROBINSON 
Alene, 202 
Jo Ann , 202 
Kathleen, 180 



Marion C. 



180 



Marion William, 175, 180 
Reed Howard, 202 
Reed Parley, 201, 202 
Robert , 202 

ROBISON 

Mary Amelia, 169 

ROGERS 

Don Edward , 88 
Eliza Jane, 295 
Iva, 88 
J.W., 88 
Kate, 88 
Lula, 88 



ROMNEY 

Miles Park, 95 

ROSS 

Sara, 32, 54, 55, 63 

ROUNDY 

Jerry Coy, 170 
Maria, 170 
Melanie , 170 
Wallace Napoleon, 170 

ROWE 

Manning , 93 

RUDY 

LaRue, 232 

RUSSELL 

Genevieve , 249 

RUSSIER 

Anselme, 283 

Gabrielle Marjorie, 284 

Georges Rene , 283 , 284 

SABEY 

Aaron, 115 

Bruce, 115 

Dean, 115 

Sandra, 115 

Soren Glen, 114, 115 

SADLEIR 

Ernest LeRoy, 122 
Frederick Bert , 122 

SALISBURY 
Ella, 76 

SALZNER 

Mildred, 288 

SAWLEY 

Florence, 119 

SCHAEFER 

Donald George, 156, 157 

John Henry, 157 

Mark Donald, 156, 157 

SCHLAPPI 

Clorinda, 212, 215 

SCHMUTZ 

Eva Clorinda, 211, 212, 213, 214 



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SCHMUTZ (continued) 
John, 212, 215 
Zina, 211, 215, 216, 219 

SCHOULER 

Mary, 83, 84 

SCHRCEDER 
Kathryn, 81 

SEARLE 

Clea, 195 

Leslie Courtland, 195 

SEEGMILLER 

Barnard H. , 251, 232 
Charles William 237 
Charles William, Jr., 208, 

237, 238 
Donalyn, 232 
Hela, 232 
Kaye, 232 
Mary Ann, 232 
Sally, 232 
Scott Jason, 232 
Vera, 245 

SENIOR 

Mary, 190 

SHAW 

James Simpson, 283, 284 
Jocelyn Emily, 284 
Olive Louie, 219 

SHEPPARD 

Josephine, 299 
Olive Aileen, 121 

SIIELTON 

Ethel Marie, 227 

SHIELDS 

Blaine M. 144, 145 
Eloise, 122, 144, 145 
Hoyt, 122, 129, 144, 145 
Joelen, 144, 145 
John Gillispie, 144 
Lesa Kaye, 144, 145 
Lora Lee, 144, 145 
Terry Blaine, 144, 145 
Wesley Eugene, 144, 145 

SHOOTER 

Susan, 262, 267 
William, 267 



275 



SHUPING 

Lillian Estelle, 298 

SHURTLEFF 

Basil Wells, 236 
Lynn Richard, 236 

S ID WELL 

Job Robinson, 176 

Leonard Wilford, 175, 176, 178 

SILVER 

Barnard Stewart, 276, 277 

Brian Quayle, 276 

David Fames, 273, 275, 281 

Eleanor Fames, 273, 275, 276 

Elizabeth, 276, 277 

Emily Catherine, 273, 275, 278, 279 

Garold Jay, 281 

Harold Fames, 273, 275, 276, 277 

Joan Elizabeth, 278 

Jonathan Cannon, 278 

Joseph Askie, 259, 271, 272, 273, 

275, 276, 278, 281 
Judith Ann, 276, 277 
Lucile Fames, 273, 2\ 
Mary Catherine , 278 
Noel Cannon, 278 
Richard Cannon, 278 
Richard Fames, 275, 278 
William John, 272 

SIMPER 

Marilyn, 144, 145 
Noel Thomas, 144 

SIMS 

Amnion, 213 

Gordon LaVaun, 213 

Shelley, 213 

SINGLETON 

Ann Lillian, 112, 120 
Thomas , 120 

SHILLINGS 
E.M., 160 

Mary Ellen Covington, 107, 157, 
159, 160 

SMITH 

Charles Francis, 212 

Clara, 152 

Earl C. , 123 

Edith Doral, 282, 283, 284 

Frank, 315 



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SMITH (continue 
George , 75 
George Girdlestone , 
282, 283, 284 



282, 283, 284 
James, 38, 64, 67 
Jeffrey McArthur, 237 
Lily Gladys, 315 
Louis Alexander, 212 

Mar-ini-io 9«'> 'JH^ 



259, 281, 



ines, 38, 64, 6 

ffrey McArthur 
Lily Gladys, 315 
Louis Alexander, 212 
Marjorie, 282, 283, 284 
Mary (1691), 24, 38, 64, 67 
Mary (abt. 1904) , 288 
Norma Eliza, 116 
Olenc, 114, 115 
Paul Stephenson Jackraan , 237 
Ralph, 283 
Roberta , 282 , 283 , 
Stephen Paul, 237 
Thomas Ole , 115 



284, 285 



Thomas Ole , 
Wanda, 121 



Wanda, 121 

Winifred Eldes, 113, 123 

SORENSEN 

Christene, 93 
Christian, 94 
Marie , 93 
Mary Ann , 94 
Mary Caroline, 93 
Sena , 93 

SCRENSON 

Andrew, 215 
Beatrice, 215 
Benjamin Pace, 211, 215 
Jemina Dorthea, 304 
Iva, 115 

SOUTH 

Myrtle, 290 

SPAINHOWER 

Janice, 120, 121 
William E. , 121 

SPENCER 

Daniel, 12 

Mary A. , 96 

Orson, 11, 12, 69, 91 

SPENDLOVE 

Elwood Whitney, 230, 232 

Linda, 232 

Louise, 232 

Marie , 232 

Sandra , 232 

Stuart Elwood, 232 

Whitney, 232 



SPREUL 

Janet, 36, 51, 65 

STACKHOUSE 

Beatrie Dorrell, 305 

STAHELI 

Berkley Ralph, 235 
Cynthia, 235 
Ralph Hafen, 233, 235 
Woodrow Wilson, 235 

STALEY 

Delia Marie, 246 

STANFILL 

Sophia, 81, 82 

STASTNY 

John James , 269 
Karin Lyn , 269 
Shelby John, 268, 269 

STEELE 

Agnes, 69, 91, 95 
Hamilton, 95 

STEINBROOK 

Ada Viola, 305 

STEPHENSON 

Ruth Jane , 237 

STEWART 

Barnard Joseph, 276 

Charles (1850), 77, 79 

Charles (1888), 79 

Christina, 77, 79 

Elizabeth, 301 

Jessie, 79 

John, 79 

Made lyn Cannon, 275, 276, 277 

Margaret (Lady) , 1 

Margaret R. , 92 

Robert, 79 

Sadie E. , 175 

Thomas , 79 

STILLSON 

Blanche , 290 

STIRLING 
Helen, 61 

STODDARD 

David Adams, 117 



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STODDARD (continued) 
David Drown, 117 
Henry Nibley, 115, 117 
Judy Ann, 117 
Kenneth Adams, 117 
Larry Adams, 117 
Mary Elizabeth, 92 
Nancy, 117 
Robert Adams, 117 
Thomas Adams, 117 

STONE 

Richard John, 119 
Richard Lloyd, 119 
Richard Sawley, 118, 119 
Robert Allen, 119 
Susan, 119 

ST. PIERRE (PIER) 

Lily Elizabeth, 315 

STREET 

Edwin Isaac , 135 
Faye, 130, 135 

STRICKLUND 

Sarah Bradshaw, 196 

SUEPKE 

Hattie, 309 



SULLIVAN 

229, 231, 232 
232 



229, 

232 



, 231 , 

231, 



Alma , 

Cleo, 

Deloris, 229, 

Diane , 233 

Edith, 229, <io< 

John, 230 

Lela, 229, 231 

Mark Dean , 233 

Mary, 229, 230, 231 

Ralph James, 229, 231, 232 

Robert Urie , 231, 233 

Shanna , 233 

Stephen Ralph, 233 

Vickie Jo . 23,1 



Diane , 

230, 231 



Olt'JIllt'll lUlijUl, 

Vickie Jo, 233 

V-io + nr. OOO O 



Victor , 
233 



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Victor Joseph, 229, 231 

SUMMERS 

Eliza Jane, 120 

SUNDBERG 

Stella Geneva, 143 



SUTTON 

Bert Albert, 309 
Norma , 309 

SWAPP 

Alexander , 96 

Archibald Hill, 96 

James Hill, 96 

John Adison, 96 

Melvin, 96 

Nancy, 96 

William (abt. 1794), 96 

William (1820), 71, 91, 96 

William Hill , 96 

SYMONS 

Sarah , 289 

TARR 

Isa Dora, 298 

TAYLOR 

Aimie Richards, 143 
David Bryan, 226 
David Paul, 226 
David Samuel, 226 
Henry , 82 

Julia Richards, 224 
Maria , 90 
Natalie, 226 
Pamela, 226 

TUCKER 

Anna Lou, 284 

TERRY 

James P. , 93 

THAYNE 

Vida Ann, 225 

THOMAS 

Martha, 95 

THOMPSON 
Harold, 85 
Irl, 85 
Leonard, 85 
Rex, 85 
S.N. , 84, 85 

THORNE 

David, 118 

Joseph LeRoy, 118 

Joseph LeRoy, Jr., 115, 118 

Kaye, 118 



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THORNE (continued) 
Kent , 118 
Martha, 170 

THORNTON 

Ruby Wray, 114 

THGRSTENSEN 
Borghild, 271 

TIMMS 

Hannah Alice Avery, 118 

TITUS 

Edward Gaige , 268 
Matthew Gaige, 268 
Richard Gaige , 268 

TOLLEY 

Rhoda Marie, 202 

TOM AS I 

Eugene J. , 285 
Janet, 284, 285 

TOMLINSON 

Alta Faye, 115, 117 
Clifford Benjamin, 117 

TRAVIS 

Nettie, 88 

TRIMBLE 

Clara , 81 , 82 

TRINNAMAN 

Homer James , 310 
Thomas James , 310 

TURNER 

Barbara, 115, 117 
Edward LaVerl , 117 

TURPIN 

Sarah Jane Smith, 285 

UNDERWOOD 

Ernest T. , 95 
Frank T. , 95 

UHRHAN 

Johanna, 233 

VARNEY 

James , 170 

Thelma Rose, 167, 170 



VAUGHN 
Mary, 94 

VIERTEL 

Ella Leona, 117 

VIKLUND 

Dian, 152, 153 

Glenn Earnest, 151, 152, 153, 155 

Glenna Marie, 152, 153, 155 

Helen Lois, 152, 153, 155 

Ina Lucille, 151, 152, 153, 154 

Kent C. , 152, 153 

Kristi Louise, 152, 153 

Mary Louise, 152, 153, 155 

Max Ray, 153, 155 

Neal E. , 152, 153 

Norman Blake , 153 , 155 

Olaf Peter, 151 

Per Victor, 129, 151, 152, 153, 155 

Ray Victor, 152, 153, 155 

Victor Lynn, 152, 153 

WADE 

Charles, 215 
Harold Millard, 215 

WADLEY 

Clifton J., 315, 315-316 

David Clifton, 316 

Edward, 118 

Gertrude, 311, 312 

John Emer, 295, 310, 311, 312 

Isabelle, 311, 312 

Kent Mills, 316 

Opal, 112, 118, 119 

Richard David, 316 

William, 312 

WAGNER 

Katharina, 219 

WAKEFIELD 

Valera Louisa, 167 

WALKER 

Appolus Benjamin, 114 
Bea, 115, 117 
Byran Jesse, 115 
Catharine Eva, 136 
David Walden, 115 
Dennis Paul, 143 
Diane, 114 
Ellen, 114 
Elwood A. , 114 
Elwood Brent , 114 



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WALKER (continued) 
Fern, 114, 115 
Horace Elton, 143 
J Myron, 114, 115 
James, 30, 59, 67 
Jesse Myron, 112, 114, 115 
Lori, 115 
Marilyn, 114 
Mylene , 115 
Nathan, 214 
Ola, 214 

Richard Lional , 117 
Sarah Walker, 24, 30, 59, 60, 

67 
Stephen Brett , 115 

WALKINSHAW 
Jean, 61 

WALLACE 

Charles Clifford, 236 
Merle, 230, 236, 237 

WARD 

Delbert Jones, 245 
Delbert Wilson, 242, 245 
Dorrell Deen, 305 
Sylvan Donald, 305 

WARDLE 

Ilene, 232 
James Heber , 232 
John S. , 232 
Keith Jay, 232 
Orvel Dee, 231, 232 

WARNICK 

Blaine, 155 

Boyd L. , 152, 153, 155 

Diane, 153, 155 

J Paul, 153, 155 

Susan, 153, 155 

WASHBURN 

Alvin Marrott, 167, 168 
Alvin Verd, 167, 168 
Betty Jean, 167, 168 
Carl Stephen, 168 
David June, 168 
Gloria Dawn, 167, 168 
Jesse Alvin, 167 
John Peter, 168 
Kevin Allan, 168 
Mark Alvin, 168 
Michael Verd, 168 
Paul Dean, 167, 168 



WASHBURN (continued) 
Paul Verd, 168 
Travis Grace, 168 

WATHEN 

Merrill Junior, 134 
Merrill William, 134 
Paula, 134 

WATSON 

Alma Gertrude, 235 
Jean Louise, 304 
Mary Eleanor, 272 

WEBB 

Glyde, 136 

Jane Zade , 196 

John Sherman, 136, 139 

Terri, 139, 143 

WELCHMAN 

Jenny Frances, 117 

WENIGE 

La 11a, 276 

WENTZ 

Gladys, 266 

WEST 

Dale Hilton (Dr.), 119, 120 

Douglas Ray, 284 

George Philip, 284, 285 

Jeannine, 120 

John Everett , 120 

Katharine Ann, 120 

Ora, 118 

Patricia, 284 

Philip Leon, 283, 284, 285 

Ralph Fames, 284 

Ray Benedict, 284 

Richard Hilton, 120 

Sidney Karen, 284 

WESTVELT 
Guy, 87 

WESTROPE 

Bradley Stephen, 191 
Charles Franklin, 190 
Charles Gerald, 190 
Charles Glen, 190, 191 
Doran Robert, 190, 191 
Jane, 190 
Larry Allen, 191 
Linda Ann, 191 



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WESTRUPE (continued) 
Patricia, 190, 101 
Robert Michael, 191 

WHETTEN 

John Theodore . (Dr. ) , 288 
Nathan, 288 

WHITBY 

Alice, 169 

WHITE 

Charles (1844), 80 

Charles (1880), 80 

Clara, 80 

Eddie, 80 

Effie, 80 

George Marlin, 93 

Helen, 284 

James , 80 

Jeanette, 80 

Katie, 80 

Laura , 80 

Mary, 80 

Nellie, 80 

Nora E. , 80 

WHITEHEAD 

Beverley, 231 

George Frank, 231 

Gordon, 231 

Grant Church, 230, 231 

Richard Grant , 231 

WHITELEY 

Joseph Earl , 288 
Joyce, 288 

WHITENACK 

Faenna Ruth, 251 

WHITNEY 

Harvey Alonzo, Jr., 225 
Thelma, 225 

WHYTE 

George, 34, 56, 67 
Margaret, 24, 34, 55, 56, 67 

WILBURN 

Billie Sue, 146, 147 

Clyde, 146 

Richardo Brown, 191 

Richardo Brown , Jr., 190, 191 



WIERMaN 

Alice Imogene , 130 

WIGHT 

Elizabeth, 171 

WILKES 

Rachel Sarah, 176 

WILLIAMS 

Ariel L. (Dr.) , 169 

Bret Courtney, 305 

Charles, 80 

Constance, 305, 306 

Donald Freeman (Dr.), 305 

Ebb Harry, 298 

Edna Bullock, 303, 304 

Freeman Royal, 295, 301, 302, 

303, 304, 305 
Freeman Royal, Jr., 303, 304, 

305 
Gordon Harold (Dr.), 305 
Jean Louise, 169 
Katherine , 305 
Laura Joyce , 305 
Leslie Jolene , 305 
Mark Timothy, 298 
Ralph Benjamin, 303, 304, 305, 

306 
Ronald Wayne, 298 
Ronald Wayne, Jr., 298 
Sarah Jane , 269 
Scot Freeman, 305 
William Freeman, 302 

WILLIAMSON 

Ingaborg Nelani, 305 

WILLIE 
Mary, 93 

WILLMORE 

George Williams, 262, 269 
Georgia Irene , 269 
Ollie Jean, 269 
Sarah Ann, 269 
Thomas, 269 

WILSON 

Allan, 68 
Andrew, 77, 79 
Archibald, 68 
Chloe, 12 
Elizabeth, 79 



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WILSUN (continued) 
Ernest Newton, 298 
J. A. Boyd, 79 
John A. , 79 
John B. , 79 
John W. , 77, 79 
Janet, 24, 56, 64, 68 
Maude B. , 79 
Myrtle, 79 

Shirley Jean, 297, 298 
Thomas B. , 79 
Thora, 245 

William (1691), 24, 39, 64, 68 
William (1719), 68 

WIMNER 

Eliza J. , 92 

WIXOM 

Ida Lucille, 266 

WOODHOUSE 

Sylvia Ellen, 275, 281 
Wilford Woodruff, 281 

WOODWAliD 

Mary Maleta, 316 

WOODWORTH 
Andrew , 76 
Horace, 76 
Jeannette, 76 
John, 75, 76 
Mary, 76 
Ulysses, 76 
William, 76 



WRIGHT (continued) 
Margaret Daun, 171 
Margaret Marie, 171 
Minnie Alice, 227 
Robert Marrott, 171 
Tracy Lynn, 168 

YETTER 

Molly, 75 

YONK 

Wilhelmina FVedericka , 263 

YORK 

Edna Mae , 143 

YOUNG 

Alice Ann, 130, 134 
Edith Lyle, 290 
Helen, 62 
Janet, 68 

ZOHNER 

John Henry, 246 
Ruth, 245, 246 

ZUNDELL 

Luella, 213 



WORTHEN 

Lucille, 251 
Mary Ann, 230 

WRIGHT 

Alice, 83 
Bessie, 83 
David Hyrum, 171 
Donaid Nicholes, 171 
Gordon Kurt, 171 
Hyrum Isaac, 171 
Isaac Donald, 167, 171 
Ivan Douglas, 171 
Jack Leslie, 167, 168 
Jessie, 83 
John Leslie, 168 
Junius, 83 
Millie, 83 
Manse 1, 81, 82 



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